More on Renegotiating Contracts in the Bad Economy

Comments Off on More on Renegotiating Contracts in the Bad Economy Written by on January 23, 2009 | Posted in IP Transactions

Following up on my blogposting earlier this week on how the Bad Economy Presents an Opportunity to Renegotiate Contracts, I came across today a timely article addressing the same issue by The Wall Street Journal.  According to The Wall Street Journal, small businesses are having a lot of success in renegotiating contracts in the current […]

Is Your Business Infringing on the Intellectual Property in Other Companies’ Logos?

1 Comments Written by on January 21, 2009 | Posted in Trademark Licensing

Increasingly, I have noticed a trend with websites: more and  more, companies are displaying other companies’ logos on their websites.  In fact, when my new website was in development, my developers proposed that I do the same. However, if you are displaying other companies logos on your website, there is a high likelihood that you are […]

Bad Economy Presents Opportunity to Renegotiate Contracts

Comments Off on Bad Economy Presents Opportunity to Renegotiate Contracts Written by on January 21, 2009 | Posted in IP Transactions

While the bad economy has stopped much of the deal activity going on in the business world, the poor economy presents one opportunity that you may have overlooked: the opportunity to renegotiate your contracts. Why does a bad economy provide such a good opportunity for renegotiation?  Well, the answer is fairly obvious: in a bad […]

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