California Governor helps pushed Internet tax

Just this Friday, Gov. Jerry Brown, signed legislation postponing new sales taxes rules that would oblige people who purchase online in California, which grants more time for conventional and online retailers to lobby Congress for a national standard on the high-stakes problem.

The bill, created as a compromise among, conventional retailers and California officials that searches for ways to raise revenue, postpones until at least September 2012 online tax rules, implemented as part of this year’s state budget package.


Apple Sues Two Sellers of Look-Alike Apple Products Citing Trademark Infringement

The battle between the world giant in electronics has seen going on in full force since the past several weeks. As per the latest news, Apple has filed yet another lawsuit, this time against Apple accessory sellers. This lawsuit comes as a part of the trademark infringement suits that have been going on for quite Read more