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It Pays to Protect a Business Website from Copycats and Hackers

Los Angeles – Imagine doing a routine Google search of your business and name, only to find that a website thousands of miles away had copied the logo, design, text, and even some photos. This is what happened to the

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Spotora Explains Benefits of Forming a Limited Liability Company

If an individual is looking to form a new business, they may want to consider forming a Limited Liability Company. This type of business structure is similar to a corporation but is less formal, more flexible and offers several benefits,

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LA Business Litigation Attorney Erikson Discusses International Trademark Infringement Case

Trademark infringement goes international these days when companies based in the U.S. sue companies based in Europe. In an interesting international development, U.S.-based Smart Blocks Inc., a maker of construction toys, sued the Danish company Lego A/S, noted as one

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Webb Says Dog Bites a Common Problem

Canines bite a few million people every year in the United States. It’s obvious what kind of physical repercussion an attack can have on a victim, but most people have no idea how dog bite laws can affect them, too,

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Spotora Urges Composer To Get Serious About Music Licensing

If you are serious about the music you create as a composer, you should be serious about music licensing. Music is everywhere in the world of entertainment: Movies, television, radio advertisements and commercials. There is always a need for top-notch

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Don’t Waste Time To File A Claim After Being Injured, Webb & D’Orazio Firm Says

If one has been unfortunate enough to have been involved in a personal injury accident, there is only so much time to file a claim. If the statute of limitations runs out, the injured person no longer has the ability

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LA Business Litigation Attorney Erikson Says Even Bottles May Be Subject to Trade Dress Lawsuits

Trade dress law might apply to bottles. This will have a significant impact on marketplace competition. A food packaging company may have crossed the line with its fruit-juice packaging and infringed on Coca-Cola’s trademarks. Where that line actually is often

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Tricky business disputes need finesse or legal assistance to settle

Running a business has its ups and downs. Disputes are bound to arise from time to time. “In any business, even though the people running it are partners, and perhaps friends, anything can and does happen. While they may agree

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Proper wage classifications are crucial

The Internal Revenue Service is cracking down on wage and hour compliance for 2010. Watch for increased investigations and fines. It seems that each year, the IRS has an issue to pursue that is near and dear to its heart.

IRS Cracks Down On S-Corps

Becoming an S corporation for United States federal income tax purposes can be a very enticing thing to do. S corporations are unique in that they don’t pay federal income taxes. The incomes and losses are divided among the corporation’s

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