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Each week (OK, maybe not EACH week), I post about recent cases, bills and anything having to do with Internet law. To get in touch, contact Kelly / Warner Law.
In Arizona, the Limited Liability Company (“LLC”) has become the standard for most businesses when choosing the type of legal entity to form. An LLC is an entity that is similar to both a corporation and a partnership. It does, however, have distinct differences from the corporation. Many see it as an answer to the Read MoreRead »
Intellectual Property / Copyright Law In a nutshell, intellectual property law protects the work product of one’s imagination or mind. However, this is not all it does. Not only does intellectual property cover copyright, trademark, and patents, but it also covers publicity and privacy rights, as well as trade secrets. One thing that is for Read MoreRead »
The word mold is inherently frightening. It suggests nightmarish medical, legal, and insurance consequences. Exposure to toxic mold has been linked to a number of medical illnesses ranging from wheezing, coughing, respiratory problems, and even death. The fact that you can be exposed to toxic mold spores in your home, at work, or at your Read MoreRead »
Franchise agreements, breach of contract, and the role of franchiseeRead »
Starting a new business? A few things to consider before you dive in. As a child, I stood in awe at the skyscrapers of metal and glass that were home to some of the world’s biggest corporations. Today, I am equally amazed at the small businesses that are the driving force of our nation’s economy. Read MoreRead »