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Understanding Trademark Law Protections


Your First DUI: Why You Need A Lawyer

Just because this is your first DUI offense and you don't typically have an issue with the law doesn't mean you don't need a lawyer. A DUI is a serious offense that can affect your life in many ways. Learn why you need a lawyer for your DUI defense, even if you are first-time offender. You Could Face Jail Time You could be sentenced to more jail time beyond the time you spent in jail when you were first arrested for your DUI. Read More 

Three Situations In Which A Gun Store May Be Liable For Accidents Its Products Caused

Gun stores are generally immune to the liability claims that may arise from the injuries their products have caused by the hands of other people. For example, if you are accidentally shot during a hunting trip, there are high chances that you won't be recovering any damage from the store that sold the gun to the hunter. However, there are some situations where this immunity doesn't apply, and they include the following: Read More 

4 Reasons To Hire An Estate Planning Attorney

Part of life involves more than just living day to day in the moment. We also need to think ahead and make plans for the future, so our needs are always met. With estate planning tools, it's possible to create a legal plan for your own future needs. An estate planning attorney can help throughout the process to make things easier and less stressful. Here are some of the top reasons why you should hire an state planning attorney. Read More 

Factors Determining DUI Bail Amount

If you have been arrested for DUI (driving under the influence), you don't have to remain locked up while awaiting trial; you can get out on bail if you can raise the required amount. Here are some of the factors that will determine how much bail you should pay when arrested on DUI suspicions: This Is Not Your First DUI The seriousness of a crime usually determines the amount of bail to pay. Read More 

Partition Action: When You Can’T Agree On What To Do With Your Co-Owned Home

What It Is A partition action is a way of dividing real estate property owned by several people so that each person can use their portion of the property any way they like. It can be used to divide a home or a vacant land so that each of the owners has their own share. When it's Necessary A partition action becomes necessary when two or more people own a piece of real estate property, but they can't agree on how to use it. Read More 

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Understanding Trademark Law Protections

Welcome, I'm Darby Church. I'd like to share my journey from retail manager to business owner using this website. My attempts to start a business of my own were complicated by the actions of an unethical party. In short, I shared too much information about my products and they were stolen before I could get the business off the ground. Luckily, I had already filed a trademark for those items, which meant they were protected by the law. I still had to hire a lawyer to help me win the case. I took the complaint to court to end the run of products from my unlawful competitor, so I could start running my business. The process enlightened me about the ins and outs of trademark law. I hope my experience can help you avoid the same pitfalls or fight for your products with help from a lawyer. Thanks for visiting.