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What is cybersquatting? It can informally be thought of as trademark infringement in a domain name. Formally, it is the use of a domain name with a bad faith intent to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to a third-party. A domain name is the word or...read more
Corporations and limited liability companies are formed for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons is to ensure that the owners of the company, the shareholders of a corporation and the members of a limited liability company (jointly referred to as the “owners”...read more
If you regularly perform services as a general contractor or a subcontractor, then you should be aware of the recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling in the case of Transtar Electric, Inc. v. A.E.M. Electric Services Corp. The court’s ruling pertained to a very specifically...read more
So you are reviewing a contract and you come across a provision relating to “liquidated damages.” You ask yourself: “What in the world could that be?” In a recent case decided by an Ohio Appellate Court, the court held that liquidated damages are “an agreed upon...read more
What does your company and Ashley Madison have in common? Hopefully nothing. For those of you who do not know, Ashley Madison is an adultery website. The website was recently hacked and private emails were released. The releasing of the emails uncovered the fact...read more
It is common for businesses to place their terms and conditions of sale online instead of on the backside of an invoice. Online terms and conditions of sale will be incorporated by reference into your sale if a few important steps are followed. First, your terms and...read more
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