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Steps To Help Shield Your Company from Online Doxing

An aggravated consumer, industry rival, former employee or another person who is upset with your company may try to exact revenge by use of “doxing” — the practice of gathering a person or entity’s personal information and publishing it online. This may include sensitive information about the finances, health, residence, political affiliation, family and private Read More

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What Are Deceptive Trade Practices, and How Are They Covered Under Kentucky Business Law?

The term “deceptive trade practices” encompasses any type of advertising or labeling intended to somehow mislead or deceive consumers. Kentucky has extensive consumer protection laws — in addition to federal laws — to protect consumers from suspicious or disingenuous advertising and sales tactics. There are also mechanisms to punish companies that engage in these practices. Read More

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Kentucky Law Places Limitations on the Interest Rates Lenders Can Charge

Banks and other loan providers in Kentucky must follow strict state laws regarding the interest rates they may charge. What follows is a brief summary of interest rate laws in the state. Legal maximum rates and judgment rates In Kentucky, the maximum legal interest rate is 8 percent, unless the parties agree otherwise. Even in Read More

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