3 Common Types Of Intellectual Property Protection

Posted on: 2 November 2017

If you have come up with some type of idea, such as a literary work or an invention, you need to protect it, so it can't be stolen by some large company who benefits off your idea and doesn't compensate you. This type of protection is known as intellectual property protection, and there are many types to consider. Check out these three common types of intellectual property protection to see if you need it or already have some protection.
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Has Your Loved One Been Arrested? Factors You Should Consider When Selecting A Bail Bond Company

Posted on: 6 October 2017

Bailing a loved one out of jail is not something that the average person does often in their lifetime. As such, when you receive the phone call that a loved one is requesting you help them bail out, you may not know what bail bonds company to work with. There are many companies out there that offer bail bonds. Here are a few of the factors you should consider when you are looking for a bail bond company to help you get your loved one out.
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Narrowing Your Injury Case Down To Something More Specific To Get The Right Lawyer

Posted on: 18 September 2017

Personal injury attorneys handle all kinds of injury cases. Some of these lawyers prefer to handle only two or three types of injury cases. If you are not sure what your personal injury is, check out the following descriptions of types of cases so that you hire the correct attorney for your particular personal injury. Car Accident Injury These injuries are any injuries that you incurred as either a driver or a passenger in a passenger vehicle.
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Two Issues Your Company Bylaws Need To Address

Posted on: 11 September 2017

Your corporate bylaws provide a detailed roadmap for how your company will operate, so it's important to ensure they cover all the essential issues you're likely to encounter in the course of doing business. There are so many issues to consider, however, that it's easy to overlook a few. Here are two you need to be sure to address when writing your company bylaws: Conflict of Interest It's not unusual for people in your organization to be involved in multiple aspects of the business.
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