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Federal Trade Commission News

Non-competes were officially put on notice by the FTC on April 23 when they announced a sweeping ban. The ruling was passed to protect employees who want to change jobs or launch new businesses. The ban is predicted to lead to higher wages and more startups, while employers are understandably concerned. Learn more.

Cook’s Mill Whiskey Revitalizes 1700s Mill

Our client Cook’s Mill Bourbon Whiskey is using proceeds from its whiskey sales to revitalize a pre-revolutionary grist mill in North Carolina. Company founder and restauranteur Jason Queen is working with NC State experts to produce premium ingredients for the NC-made spirits. Read more.

Stork Exchange Partners with Baby K’tan

Our client Stork Exchange, a leading marketplace for open-box and gently used baby gear, just announced a partnership with Baby K’tan. Shoppers can now purchase Baby K’tan’s bestselling slings and carriers at deep discounts on Stork Exchange.

Bee Downtown + Inspire Brands

Client Bee Downtown is celebrating the first anniversary of its partnership with Inspire Brands. Inspire installed three hives at its Atlanta campus, providing an environment where local bees can thrive. Already, the partnership has yielded 113 pounds of honey! Learn more.

Service Agreements, Statements of Work

On the blog, Fourscore Attorney Maks Ewendt penned a helpful post about drafting Service Agreements and Statements of Work. These are legally binding documents, so language use is important. Read the full post for Maks’ advice on what to include and how to get started.

BlueCo. Warehousing is Expanding

Client BlueCo. Warehousing, which provides co-warehousing, is developing additional warehouses in the greater Raleigh area. They’re making more space for tenants needing secure storage, plus access to ramps and loading docks. They also offer fleet parking. Learn more.

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