5 Benefits of Registering a Trademark

While almost everything has benefits and drawbacks, the outcomes of trademarking an organization are often promising for many businesses. This process has the ability to protect a company’s current and future operations, and to similarly bolster their image in an unbeatable way. A trademark is a unique brand status that protects you from others selling …

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Copyright Laws: What Small Business Owner’s Should Know

Small business owners have an endless number of responsibilities. Unvarying focus on payroll, customers, content, employees, and all things of keeping their business successful. It’s not uncommon to be so overrun with these responsibilities, that the laws of copyright are thrown to the side, left unknown. You’re busy, so copying and pasting paragraphs of another’s …

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Federal Contractors: Doing Business with the Federal Government

The federal government is the largest buyer of goods and services in the United States by far. According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the federal government spent more than $665 billion on contracts in the fiscal year 2020. For perspective, this is almost 10% of the federal government budget and 2.6 times the budget …

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No offense, but you’re not “Essential”: How the Covid-19 epidemic affected the legal system.

An attorney was one of the first to make news for testing positive with Covid-19.  As a litigator, it resounded strongly with me.  We walk into courtrooms full of attorneys- some small groups of 10-20, others large crowds of 50 or more.  Sometimes we’re there for over an hour.  Sometimes we walk into multiple courtrooms …

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While many individual renters are struggling to pay their monthly rent during the on-going Coronavirus pandemic, the commercial side of real estate is not much different.

While many individual renters are struggling to pay their monthly rent during the on-going Coronavirus pandemic, the commercial side of real estate is not much different. Many commercial tenants requested rent abatements and/or forbearance agreements with accompanying extensions of lease terms. However, many landlords are worried if they give assistance to certain tenants, it is …

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