Intellectual property (IP) is when organizations or individuals have the legal rights for their inventions or creations. These rights protect the creators’ efforts and encourage innovation by allowing them to control and profit from their creations. This comprehensive discussion will explore the types of intellectual property.(more…)
Every vehicle needs preventative maintenance to keep it in healthy condition and avoid unwanted surprises. But are you doing the same for your business? If you aren’t investing in preventative legal services, you could be setting up your enterprise for added expense, reputation harm, and regulatory problems. Here’s what you need to know to help yourself.(more…)
Among the costly setbacks a business can face, product liability is one of the most serious. Besides the lengthy, expensive court proceedings, your business might face long-term reputational damage.
By understanding what product liability is, when the law exempts you from it, and the precautions you can take to protect your business, you can better defend against potential product liability claims.(more…)
Employers have the affirmative duty to investigate any complaints of sexual harassment in the workplace. The investigation should happen whether the alleged victim lodges a formal complaint or simply notifies their colleagues. Here is how employers can investigate claims of sexual harassment and help protect their company.(more…)
Starting a new business involves a lot of work, so you might accidentally ignore taking steps to protect your business from litigation. Contracts are some of the legal documents that remove misunderstandings and confusion. When properly drawn, the contract can reduce liability if something goes wrong. Discover common types of contracts that are essential to a small business.(more…)