Business Organization

  • Adidas And Juicy Couture Reach Settlement In Trademark And Contract Dispute

    On March 17, 2017, athleticwear mogul Adidas filed suit against California-based clothier Juicy Couture alleging, inter alia, breach of contract…

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  • Copyright—Yours or Your Employer’s?

    Not every copyright belongs to the individual who may have created—in the common sense of the word—the work.  In some…

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  • Considering Taxes When Forming a Company

    When creating a new business entity, part of the consideration is what type of entity to choose is based on…

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  • The Importance of Registering an Assumed Company Name

    Choosing and registering a business name is one of the first steps in creating a business.  However, choosing a name…

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  • Successor Company Liability: Could You be Responsible for the Product Defects of Your Predecessor?

    Good news for companies that have recently bought or are considering buying another company: the Sixth Circuit recently ruled that…

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  • Contract Drafting In Simple Terms

    Tishkoff PLC | Contract Drafting In Simple Terms Whether it be a contract for the purchase and sale of real…

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  • Direct and Derivative Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims By Creditors

    The success of breach of fiduciary duty claims brought by creditors against an insolvent business relies heavily upon the structure…

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  • Forming Your Business As A Limited Liability Company (LLC)

    Forming your business as a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) has many advantages.  In addition to limiting the personal liability of…

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  • Importance of Registering a Copyright

    Businesses often use words, phrases, and images, i.e., their “marks”, associated with their goods and services, particularly in advertising, labeling…

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