Common Errors That Could Get A Will Invalidated

While you can change your will any time you want to, you only get one shot to get it right. Once you're gone, no one can ask you how an error in your will should be resolved, and this could cause your family huge legal headaches and possibly cause a relationship destroying fight.  Before starting your will, make sure you understand the common ways that all or part of a will could be invalidated so that the same thing doesn't happen to you. [Read More]

Introduction To Patents

The world of intellectual property is fascinating and omnipresent. Every day, we are affected by copyrights, trademarks, and patents, even when we don't actively think about them. Massive court cases rage over millions of dollars as colossal corporations vehemently disagree about infringements, legitimacy, and dilutions. Whether you want to file your own or are simply interested in the subject, here is an introduction to patents: What is a patent? A patent is an exclusive right that is awarded to the creator of an invention. [Read More]

Avoid These Major Mistakes And Protect Your Trademark

You've started a new business and you've spent days, weeks, or even months agonizing over your new company's trademark. You expect your trademark to visually connect your product or services to your business, communicate the value of your company to potential customers, and help you gain and retain the loyalty of your clients. That makes your trademark vitally important. Avoid making these common mistakes with it.  1. Believing in the " [Read More]

Following Examples From Noteworthy Whistleblowing Cases: Why A Whistleblower Lawyer Is Necessary

In the last two decades, two cases of business ethics gone bad have made the headlines. The news was so big, it went on for months, and viewers could not help being glued to their TV sets for the details. The facts were so unbelievable, especially since they surrounded such major public figures. The whistleblowers received their twenty minutes of fame, too, and could not have survived the press coverage if it was not for their lawyers. [Read More]