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Top 4 Ways Business Disputes Are Settled Out of Court

Posted on January 23, 2020
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Business disputes are a point of dread for business owners, investors, and partners. They often mark the end of a once-productive business relationship and can be extremely expensive to litigate. Going to court increases legal fees for both sides and takes more time than other settlement options. So, a settlement is often the best option … Continue reading

Why a Good Lawyer is Like a Chef

Posted on December 27, 2019

Being a lawyer is a lot like being a chef. You have a lot of customers with different tastes, allergies, and wallets. Can one chef fix the same meal to make everyone happy? Of course not. A chef, like a lawyer, has to put together a lot of ingredients to make a well-balanced and tasty … Continue reading

Three Ways to Tell If That Business Opportunity Is Legitimate

Posted on December 13, 2019
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Being an entrepreneur in today’s world means wearing many hats. Managing distribution chains, meeting with clients and ensuring products and services are delivered to customers are just a few of those responsibilities. However, the successful business owner learns how to delegate certain tasks so they can focus on their company and its growth. The right … Continue reading

Is a Business Attorney Required for a Merger or Acquisition?

Posted on November 20, 2019
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We frequently hear the question, “Do I really need an attorney?” Often, individuals and business owners believe they understand the system enough to fend for themselves. They figure they can save money and keep their legal matters afloat with no negative consequences. This, unfortunately, is far from reality. Nearly every time someone asks if they … Continue reading

Cybersquatting and Trademark Registrations

Posted on November 5, 2019
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A client of Winghart Law Group, Inc. (WLG) recently came to us with a problem of a squatter.  Not someone hiding in their basement, someone squatting on the client’s trademark.  Specifically, this squatter was a cybersquatter. The firm’s client had registered their business name with the USPTO and obtained a trademark for the business name.  … Continue reading

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