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Is Your Business Too Small to be a Victim of Identity Theft?

It’s not just the big boys who make tempting targets for cybercriminals. News reports show a rising trend of cybertheft which is not confined to large corporations. Rather, it appears, smaller businesses are attractive targets of business identity theft because they tend to not devote the resources to protect themselves against identity and information technology […]

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Do You Want a Lawsuit With That Tune-Up?

Businesses, such as retailers or service providers, often wish to use another company’s protected name, trade dress or logo in association with the marketing of their own business. The marketer believes this is proper since it sells, repairs or offers services specific to the other company’s goods or services. However, when done without first having obtained the other company’s permission, marketing in this manner can bring about significant legal problems under both state and federal law

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