Business Bankruptcy

What Happens When a Business Files for Bankruptcy?

by: August Jackson J.D.

The effect a bankruptcy filing will have on your business depends, in part, on the chapter of bankruptcy your company files. Because the federal bankruptcy code designates certain chapters of bankruptcy for certain types of businesses, the effect a ...
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Can a Lawyer Lose His License if He Declares Bankruptcy?

by John Parker

Advantages & Limitations of LBO Valuation

by Don Rafner

What Happens in Bankruptcy If Your Debt Is Sold to Another Company?

by Seamus Flaherty

Can More Than One Business Be Conducted Under One LLC?

by: Elizabeth Rayne, J.D.

A limited liability company, or LLC, is a common and flexible legal structure that is formed under state law. Like a corporation, the owners of an LLC are not personally liable for the debts of the business.
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Copyrights

Fair Use: Definition, Factors, Examples & Copyright Infringement

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Trademarks

Should You Trademark Your Name Separate From the Slogan?

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Trademarks

How to Check to See If a Business Name Is Trademarked

Trademark law protects intellectual property, such as business names. Trademarks are an important means of identifying goods produced by a particular ...

What Is Copyright Law?

by: Claire Gillespie

Copyright is a type of intellectual property protection automatically given to any tangible work, including articles, blogs, books, songs, pictures, paintings, podcasts, video and software. Any instance of copying someone else’s original work ...
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Trademark Regulations Applicable to the NFL Super Bowl

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