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Stay abreast of industry issues, news and trends by joining intellectual property law organizations
If you practice intellectual property law, you would do well to partner with intellectual property law associations to strengthen your ...
- Article By Tai G.
- – September 16, 2011
Here's a quick rundown on the three major types of intellectual property filings - trademarks, copyrights, and patents.
- Article By Deborah Sweeney
- – May 14, 2014
Protect your company's creations with intellectual property policies
If you've hired employees to create anything for you, whether it's pharmaceuticals or running shoes, you'll need an ...
- Article By Lea Terry
- – June 21, 2011
Intellectual property is key to the success of startups. Here are 5 intellectual property mistakes startups make and how to avoid them.
- Article By Robert Klinck
- – March 9, 2016
How to save legal expenses by filing family legal forms pro se
A family law firm will help clients with legal relationships between husbands, wives and children. Family court documents are filed in ...
- Article By David Roemer
- – December 3, 2010
Learn how to navigate your way through family legal forms
Not everyone can afford a family law firm, so locating assistance with family court documents can be difficult for some individuals ...
- Article By Nikki Davis
- – March 7, 2010
Patent trolls prey on small businesses by threatening lawsuits over tenuous patent or copyright claims. How can SMBs protect themselves?
- Article By Business.com Editorial Staff
- – August 10, 2015
Actionable tips to outrank your rivals and drive growth.
Google is one of the best ways to market your firm and acquire new clients. Savvy law firms are investing a lot in SEO and search marketing.
- Article By Joe Hessert
- – December 30, 2016
Keep your images and words under your control
The Internet is a fantastic tool for allowing the world to learn about your company and its products and services — but the ...
- Article By W. Eric Martin
- – October 16, 2011
Illinois real property law protects those buying and selling Illinois property
Illinois property laws are designed to provide legal protection for both the seller and the buyer of real property in Illinois. By ...
- Article By Angela Roe
- – July 17, 2011