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A new law awaiting action in Michigan aims to realize the far-off dream of free college education, though there's a catch.
Dealing with legalities like copyright and trademarks can be a confusing (and costly) matter for entrepreneurs. Our expert attorney Doug Wolf provides some insight into this gray area.
The startup toymaker has reached a settlement with the band, which includes a public apology and donation to charity on the part of GoldieBlox.
Ridesharing startups Uber and Lyft are working to bridge the 'insurance gap' with updated protection policies for their drivers.
A not-so-'grate' proposal from the European Union to ban U.S. cheese makers from using names like Parmesan and Feta is stinking up trade negotiations.
Twenty-four-year-old Antonio Ynoa is suing Google, YouTube and Dailymotion over video footage that captured him drunkenly attacking a JetBlue airline attendant in 2011.
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Your name is your brand, so it's important to protect it. Oh, and it's the law.
Attorney Doug Wolf wants to answer your big startup questions about trademarks, copyright, due diligence and working with venture groups.
From filmmaking to sales, unmanned aerial vehicles are transforming how businesses operate and grow.
Wevorce cofounder Michelle Crosby shares tips on doing the unthinkable: divorcing your business partner.
A law passed in 2007 and beginning in May will require teachers to certify students' working knowledge of banking, taxes, investing, loans and more.
While Comedy Central was revealed to be behind Dumb Starbucks, it was the lack of proper permits that doomed the shop.
A coffee shop called Dumb Starbucks opened this weekend in Los Angeles. The only difference from the original? The word 'dumb' in front of its name.
The FAA's shutdown of Lakemaid beer delivery drones drew criticism for hurting small businesses.
FiftyThree, which created its own award-winning app entitled Paper in 2012, may take legal action against Facebook for its much-ballyhooed new reader app of the same name.
French Parliament approved legislation on Wednesday stating that restaurants must denote homemade cuisine on their menus with a special seal.
A British court ruled that Chobani can't call their product 'Greek yogurt' because it is made in the U.S.
A McDonald's employee in Pittsburgh was arrested for selling heroin to customers at the drive-thru.
Instead of targeting file sharing sites, Prince is now suing 22 website owners and Facebook users for copyright violation -- many of whom are likely his biggest fans.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has approved a trademark claim filed by the social game company, King. Now, Apple is notifying app developers in breach of the ruling.
Leading video game manufactures are cautiously optimistic on China's easing of a ban on gaming consoles such as PlayStation, Xbox and Wii.
New companies are making it easier, and cheaper, to connect with legal representatives.
Pot will be sold, legally, for recreational use. This isn't a joke.
Our expert attorney Peter Buckland discusses how startups should go about divulging startup secrets to investors, business partners and others.
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