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  • 07.26.2018 -

    Koley Jessen is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, our Private Wealth Law practice has been ranked Band 1 by Chambers High Net Worth. In addition to being ranked as a firm, three individual attorneys, Kurt Tjaden, Brandon Hamm, and Alex Wolf, were accredited as notable practitioners by the publication.

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  • 07.19.2018 -

    California is the first state to adopt expansive data privacy laws that provide protections to consumers and will change the way that businesses handle consumer data in every part of their business practices. Beginning January 1, 2020, businesses processing the data of California residents must comply with a host of new data privacy restrictions and requirements. The law is similar, and in some ways stricter, to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which recently went into effect.

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  • 06.21.2018 -

    The Supreme Court announced its ruling today in the biggest sales tax case in 26 years. The ruling affects remote and online shopping by removing a limitation on a state’s ability to enforce its collection and remittance statutes against retailers who do not have a physical presence in the state.

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