Boston is not the only city pushing back on Airbnb, a company that is battling local city governments across the country while simultaneously addressing concerns about safety and fake listings.
Jessica Carballo is a corporate attorney who advises clients on matters related to mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, corporate financing and compliance. Prior to joining Goulston & Storrs, Jessica was an Associate at an Am Law top 30 U.S. law firm, where she also maintained an active pro bono practice and worked on immigration asylum cases.
Jessica received her J.D. from Harvard Law School, and her B.A. from Yale University. While in law school, Jessica served as the Line Editor for the Journal of Law and Gender. She was the President of Harvard Law School’s LGBT student group, the Political Chair of the law school’s Latino student group, and was a Criminal Law research and teaching assistant.
We’ve written about changes in the way goods are bought and sold, from brick-and-mortar to e-commerce. But what about how goods are being paid for?
This year marks the first Christmas in modern memory without Toys "R" Us, Inc. The demise of one brick and mortar retailer could be a boon to many others that are vying for retail supremacy this holiday season.