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Why File Design Patents? Modern Uses of a Classic Form of Intellectual Property.
Today's smart companies -- big and small -- are using them as part of a comprehensive IP strategy.
Bitcoin VIP: The Internet Had a Shady Start, Too
Gavin Andresen of the Bitcoin Foundation says that the use of the digital currency for less-than-legal purchases laid the groundwork for its entering the mainstream.
Is LinkedIn Trying to Catch You Lying on Your Resume? Maybe.
LinkedIn has filed a patent for a fact-checking system that would likely be used to check user-generated content as well as resumes and bios.
Iowa's Massive Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts Mexico to Ban Imported Poultry, Eggs
Mexico is the largest buyer of U.S. chicken and one of several countries who have enacted restrictions over the last month.
What UberX and Lyft Drivers Can Do to Minimize Their Personal Liability
The independent status of those behind the wheel raises a sticky issue.
Uber to Stop Using Unlicensed Cab Drivers in Germany Per Court Ruling
The ride sharing service will also be lowering its fees.
In Tennessee, Only Franchisees Can Be Held Accountable for Employees
As the joint employer battles causes waves throughout the franchise industry, a new Tennessee law affirms franchisor and franchisee employees as separate entities.
The Legal Advice Mark Cuban Didn't Take
But that doesn't mean you -- and your business -- should follow suit.
Protect Your Brand, Oprah Style: 5 Legal Strategies She Uses (And You Should, Too)
Besides investing in trademarking strategies, a chief component and underlying thread to Oprah's mega-success is keeping her brand strong by preventing dilution.
Jo-Ná A. Williams
Amazon Sues Alleged Sellers of Bogus 5-Star Product Reviews
Beware peddlers of lies. The ecommerce goliath is dropping the legal hammer on four sites it claims hawk fake positive product reviews.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
5 Ways to Manage 'Mad Men'-Era Sexual Harassment
Spoiler alert! Every entrepreneur should follow these 5 "R"s in training their managers on sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment.
What the Craft Beer Industry Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Trademarks
The amazing growth in the number of brew companies has created many branding and trademark conflicts. How they are resolved is a great lesson.
Cuba Says U.S. Companies Won't Get Preferential Treatment
There won't be any special relationships once diplomatic relations are restored between the two countries.
Avoid These 8 Toxic Trademark Mistakes
With a little creatiivity and attention to detail you can protect your own trademarks but the key is to be thorough.
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