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Understanding Trademark Law Protections


Considering Bankruptcy? Questions To Help Decide Which Form To Use

If you need to use bankruptcy to get yourself out of debt, you may be wondering which form of bankruptcy you should use. Many individuals end up picking between Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 to deal with their financial woes and asking themselves the following questions to help them decide. Are You Currently Employed And Making Decent Money?  One of the main differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that Chapter 13 requires a repayment plan in order to solve your financial problems. Read More 

Liability For Snow Accidents On Residential Properties

Not all slip-and-fall accidents occur on public properties; some occur on residential properties. As the victim of such an accident, you deserve compensation just as you would if you got hurt on public property. You first need to identify the liable party or parties. Below are some of the people who may be liable for your slip-and-fall injury on a residential property. Tenant For an occupied rental property, the tenant is typically liable for shoveling snow. Read More 

When Insults Lead To Injury

Some are under the mistaken idea that they can use the so-called Constitutional right to freedom of speech to say anything they want. Unfortunately, words can cause harm, and no one has a right to say whatever they wish. Just as the Constitution gives rights, it also provides restrictions on those rights. When you have suffered harm because of the words of another, you may have a right to pursue money damages from them. Read More 

Car Accident On Private Property? Who Might Be At Fault

Were you involved in a car accident while on private property? One of the most important facets of getting the compensation you deserve and need after an auto accident is determining who is at fault. And while this may be easy in certain accident scenarios, it can be complicated in others. One such situation could be when the incident was on private, not public, property. So, who might be legally held responsible for your accident? Read More 

Duty Of Care In Injury Cases

Everyone has a legal duty to act in a manner that doesn't endanger other people's safety. This is known as the duty of care. If someone acts without considering other people's safety, the person is said to have breached their duty of care. Such a person might be held liable for whatever the breach of duty might cause. Examples of Duties of Care Driving is a classic example of an activity that requires a duty of care to others. 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.