Business Law

A buy-sell agreement, also known as a buyout agreement, is a legally binding contract between co-owners of a business that governs the situation if one owner wants to sell their interest, becomes incapacitated, retires, or passes away. It essentially outlinesREAD MORE

Do you need an attorney for trademark registration? That is a question that many business owners want the answer to before making the decision to hire a trademark attorney. The short answer is “no” if you’re a trademark applicant, registrant,READ MORE

Civil litigation arises when there is a legal dispute between at least two parties that does not involve criminal claims. A subset of civil litigation is a commercial dispute or commercial litigation. The definition of commercial litigation is civil litigationREAD MORE

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) became law in 1990.  The landmark ADA legislation is aimed at preventing discrimination against people with disabilities. At the time it was enacted, the internet was not part of the public domain. However, asREAD MORE

Ecommerce is playing an ever-increasing role for companies operating within the U.S. and other advanced countries around the world. Doing business online, while expedient and convenient, is fraught with potential problems regarding data privacy. In the United States, Federal andREAD MORE