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Three Ways to Tell If That Business Opportunity Is Legitimate

Posted on February 6, 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

Does My Business Have Intellectual Property That I Don’t Know About?

Posted on January 22, 2019
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The growth of your business is a sign of success and an indicator of a bright future. This achievement doesn’t mean that you should let your guard down and ignore the risk of leaving your success unguarded. New threats to your company are on the horizon as your consumer base grows and public exposure expands. … Continue reading

Why a Good Lawyer is Like a Chef

Posted on January 12, 2017

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

A Note to Small Businesses

Posted on December 12, 2016

While many startups and small businesses have a real need for reliable legal advice, they can’t justify hiring an in-house attorney and thus, don’t seek proper counsel. Many small companies don’t have an attorney review their outbound contracts or commercial leases. They don’t think about the implications of how asset titles impact insurance. They hire … Continue reading

It is HOT in here, is that OK? Copyrights, Yoga, and Ideas

Posted on March 11, 2016

The line of what is subject to copyright can seem very confusing, despite the relatively straightforward language of section 102 of the 1976 Copyright Act. A recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal took on the topic in Bikram’s Yoga College v. Evolation Yoga, 803 F.3d 1032 (2015), and provided what is one … Continue reading

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