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Trademark Basics

If you have a logo, slogan or company name, word or phrase that identifies your goods or services, you may want to consider getting trademark protection for it (learn more about trademarking your business name here).  The good news is that if you’ve...

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There’s a lot of confusion over the distinction between an employee and independent contractor.  Is the guy who does coding for you part-time in another state an employee?  How about a college student who teaches a couple of classes...

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When you are incorporating your company, one of the first things to decide is where you want to incorporate.  Lots of companies choose Delaware – but why?  There are a few reasons.  One: Delaware corporate law allows corporations a lot of...

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In the wake of his sudden rise to fame, the New York Knicks phenomenon and point guard Jeremy Lin has taken the step of trademarking the word “Linsanity.”  What makes “Linsanity” a trademarkeable phrase?  The fact that the word...

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