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Why Small Business Owners Shouldn't Do Legal Work on Their Own
Many business owners try to cut costs wherever possible, and this often applies to "legal." This article explains some of the pitfalls of DIY legal.March 25, 2019
Copyright vs. Trademark: What’s the Difference?
While both offer intellectual property protection, the copyright and the trademark protect different types of assets.March 15, 2019
How to Write a Cease & Desist Letter for Copyright Infringement
If you someone is infringing your copyright, you should talk to a lawyer and consider using a cease & desist letter to get them to stop the infringement.March 15, 2019
Should I Trademark My Business Name?
The USPTO federal trademark greatly enhances a business-owner’s rights, protections, and autonomy over their brand name.March 15, 2019
Demand Letters: What You Need to Know
A demand letter is a letter demanding payment or action from someone that has wronged you. This article will explain the basics of an effective demand.March 14, 2019
How to Write a Cease & Desist Letter for Trademark Infringement
Writing a cease and desist letter can accomplish compliance relatively painlessly without the need for a possibly long and expensive trial.March 14, 2019