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Protecting Your Company’s Private Information

Confidentiality agreements, or non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) as they are commonly known, are legal agreements between parties specifying information that one or both of the parties consider confidential and prohibit the other party from disclosing it. Confidentiality agreements can exist in a variety of contexts, such as between a...
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When to Register Your Trademark

So you have an idea…you start a company and start selling your product out of your garage; you spend thousands of dollars building your brand and develop a loyal following.  After a few years you decide to start selling your product in another state only to find out...
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Budgeting Legal Services for Your Business

As the football playoffs approach, I think of the saying “defense wins’ championships.”  The same can be said about businesses.  It is much easier to stay out of legal trouble, then have to pay me, or any other business attorney to defend against a lawsuit.  According to the...
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