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While it has benefits, remote work also poses some risks to businesses concerned about protecting trade secrets. Those risks can be managed, and the shift to remote work is a good reason to revisit your practices and policies around trade secrets.
Registering your trademark affords you and your business numerous benefits, including increased legal protections and greater consumer trust in your brand. Work with an IP attorney to ensure that the process moves smoothly and successfully.
The 2020 contest begins Tuesday, December 1st, and runs through Tuesday, December 22nd at 11:59 p.m. Unless there is a tie, the winners will be announced on Wednesday, December 23rd. The first-place winner will be the organization that receives the most votes, and will receive a $500 donation from Rubric Legal.
Mediation offers an alternative path to resolving a business dispute. The disputing parties must agree to participate in the process, and a neutral mediator will facilitate discussions and negotiations in order to arrive at a workable solution.
Lawsuits involving businesses are not uncommon, but there are steps you can take to minimize your risk. Whether you are struggling with a business litigation matter or you are hoping to protect your business from future legal disputes, discuss your situation with a skilled business lawyer.
IP Law consists of four major areas: copyright law, patent law, trademark law, and trade secrets. Each field has its own nuances and intricacies, so it’s helpful to work with a knowledgeable IP attorney to ensure that you obtain your desired outcome.
Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method of resolving business disputes in Minnesota. For many businesses, mediation offers several advantages over litigation, including greater control over the outcome, considerable savings in time and resources, and lasting agreements.
Technology advances much faster than copyright legislation, so it can be difficult to understand your rights and obligations as a copyright holder. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act provides some information, but an IP attorney can address your specific questions.