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6 Ways to Make Your Limitation of Liability Clause More Enforceable

6 Ways to Make Your Limitation of Liability Clause More Enforceable

We can agree that everyone wants to manage risks by limiting their liability in potential lawsuits or other claims. A limitation of liability is an excellent way to shift the risk to the other party in the contract and is generally an excellent solution to limit the...

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Why Representations and Warranties are So Critical in M&A Deals

Why Representations and Warranties are So Critical in M&A Deals

Representations and warranties provide opportunities for either party to end the deal and walk away. and ensure that neither party takes on all of the risk of the purchase. They also motivate both parties to lay out the facts instead of glossing over them or misrepresenting their interests.

Is it Trademark Infringement? 3 Tips to Protect Your Brand Reputation

Is it Trademark Infringement? 3 Tips to Protect Your Brand Reputation

If you want to protect your company from trademark infringement, it’s critical that you do the work to register your trademarks with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. If you do, you’ll have a better chance of proving trademark infringement and stop another company / competitor from stealing and copying your trademarks and infringing your trade dress.

7 Ways to Gain Competitive Advantage During Contract Negotiations

7 Ways to Gain Competitive Advantage During Contract Negotiations

Contract negotiations can get complicated, but it’s critical you don’t set aside the tough issues for another day. You need to make sure you’ve covered even the minutiae before the deal is made. It’s often easier to consider the contract section by section, instead of as one single document, which can get overwhelming.

Client Spotlight – Friends NYC

Client Spotlight – Friends NYC

Friends NYC is a 2200-square-foot indie department store / retail goodness that started as a friendship pact between wannabe-sisters Mary Meyer and Emma Kadar-Penner. “When we initially started our business, we were flying by the seat of our pants.”

Client Spotlight – Decodist

Client Spotlight – Decodist

Meet Jason Shaw – Founder of Decodist, a company that addresses the gap in the website development industry. Decodist makes high-value technology more accessible to small businesses. The company plans to scale out Decodist on an international level, and the work...

Client Spotlight: Good Move

Client Spotlight: Good Move

Meet Michelle Foster – Owner and mastermind behind Good Move – a neighborhood go-to restaurant in Brooklyn. When Michelle decided to acquire a restaurant space and rebrand it as her own, she recognized the need for legal help in navigating the process.

You Got a Trademark Office Action? Here’s What To Do Next

You Got a Trademark Office Action? Here’s What To Do Next

Office Actions are a common hurdle for trademark applications. If you didn’t involve an experienced trademark attorney from the beginning, this is the time to hire one, so you can get past these challenges and get your trademark registered.

The Best (& Worst) Practices of Due Diligence for an Acquisition

The Best (& Worst) Practices of Due Diligence for an Acquisition

Disney buys Pixar - and then Marvel a few years later. Facebook acquires Instagram. And Google takes over Android. These are just a handful of some of the business world’s savviest acquisitions - corporate purchases that can transform a company. With them, businesses...

The Dangers of Free Online Contracts

The Dangers of Free Online Contracts

Often businesses use free online contracts for partnership agreements, employees, consultants, vendors, etc. Since these are such important relationships, you need to be confident those contracts indeed benefit and safeguard you and your business. Your need for...

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