Collaborating Can Create Legal Headaches if the Appropriate IP Agreements Are Not in Place

If you run a small business, you have probably given some thought over this recession to how you might be able to collaborate with other businesses to generate some additional revenue for your business. I know that this is definitely something that I have been thinking about for my practice, and it is something that […]

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 […]

Corporate Designs: Does Your Business Really Have the Rights to its Designs?

1 Comments Written by on November 3, 2008 | Posted in Marketing Design Agreements, Web Design Agreements

When I speak with the average small business owner about what I do for a living, 9 times out of 10 they advise me that they wish they could use me, but that there is business just does not have intellectual property to protect. However, in most cases, when someone tells me this, they are […]

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