Trademark

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Derivative or Direct Action Against a Shareholder?

December 22nd, 2016

What is appropriate…a derivative or direct action against a shareholder? Many people are not aware of the difference between a derivative vs. direct action against a shareholder and which is appropriate for their lawsuit. A derivative action is a lawsuit brought by a shareholder on behalf of the corporation or company. A derivative action allows… View Article

Thinking of Representing Yourself?? Pro Se?

November 17th, 2016

The term “pro se” means representing yourself in a legal proceeding. This a valid option however, you need to decide if it is the best option for you. There are many advantages to hiring a lawyer for your case. A lawyer knows how to navigate the legal system where as a pro se litigant most… View Article

Are You Policing The Internet To Protect Your Trademark?

May 29th, 2015

Are You Policing The Internet To Protect Your Trademark? With the dawn of the internet there is a whole new set of legal problems with trademark infringement.   The global nature of the internet has opened “Pandora’s box” to anyone, anywhere to view your marketing materials and rip them off! A business owner should make it… View Article