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Jul. 2014

Legal and Business Tidbits for Small Business Owners

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This may sound silly, but learn how to leverage the Internet to market and advertise your business. Social media, Adwords, Facebook et al. can help to expand your business exponentially.

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Jul. 2014

Non-Competes are Difficult

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In Arizona, restrictive covenants that “tend to prevent an employee from pursuing a similar vocation after termination of employment are disfavored” and are strictly construed against the employer.

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Jun. 2014

Things to Remember When Entering a Contract

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Failing to perform due diligence on the party(ies) with whom you will be entering into a contractual relationship with.

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May. 2014

NFL and Workers Compensation

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The National Football League (“NFL”), and other professional sports, have been militant in their efforts to limit their workers' compensation exposure. The American Medical Association has published that there is a relationship between playing football and having a smaller hippocampus. The hippocampus is the memory center of the brain. Thus playing football can lead to losing one’s memory.

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May. 2014

What a Small Business Lawyer Should be Able to Do For You.

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Like other professionals, lawyers are becoming more and more specialized. Someone who does mostly wills, adoption law and other "non-business" matters is probably not a the right fit for your business. As a business owner, you will need the following sets of skills in legal representation.

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May. 2014

Do you need a Personal Injury Attorney

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Having an attorney on your side from the beginning, cannot only help resolve the matter timely, but it can help guide you through the process so you do not settle for significantly less than your case is worth.

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May. 2014

How to Properly Remedy a Breach of Contract

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If you are a party to a contract that you wish to break because the other party has breached, there are some specific steps that you should consider carefully to insure that you have protected yourself

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May. 2014

The Importance of Registering Your Copyrights

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Have you registered the copyright for your art, music or writing with the U.S. Copyright office? Failure to register a copyright hinders your ability to pursue someone who uses your work without your permission.  You may not even be able to sue them for copyright infringement.  But, with copyright registration you can often force theinfringer to stop the theft and even pay you for infringement withouthaving to go to court, because in a copyright infringementsuit the owner can pursue the...

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Apr. 2014

How Music Artists Make Money

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Artists trying to break into the industry today, must be certain to maintain ownership of their image, publishing,

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Apr. 2014

Trademark Law

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Trademark Andrews Law trademark attorneys assist clients with brand identity strategy and managing the protection, licensing and enforcement of their trademark rights. We assist clients in the the preparation, filing and prosecution of trademark, service mark and trade dress applications at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  In some cases we work with foreign attorneys to provide the same protections internationally. We assist clients in determining the eligibili...

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