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Tim Bukher

New York Internet Lawyer.

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  1. Top 5 Legal Needs for Internet Start-Ups

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 3 years ago.

    Corporate Entity Formation Whether you choose to go the C-Corp., the LLC, or the S-Corp. route (each has its pros and cons depending on your business model), we strongly (read: very very strongly) en

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  2. Product Licensing Agreements: The Basics

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.

    Product licensing agreements, whether the product is software, hardware, or simple consumer goods, center around two major legal areas: contract law and trademark law. The contract part of the agreement is fairly obvious while trademark is an added necessity in this modern age...

  3. The Trademark Application Process and Costs (Detailed)

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.

    A United States trademark grants its owner the right to prevent others from using a confusingly similar mark in connection with similar goods or services. The cost of a trademark application can vary considerably depending on the existence of any similar marks. The trademark ...

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  4. Intellectual Property Q & A

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.

    What is intellectual property? Intellectual property is the intangible but valuable component of a business, a work of art, or even an idea. Intellectual property comes in three different forms: (1) Trademark (e.g., a consumer brand), (2) copyright (e.g., a work of art or express...

  5. New York: Non-Disclosure / Non-Compete Agreements

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.

    There are several reasons why a business might decide to employ a non-disclosure or a non-compete agreement (collectively known as "restrictive covenants"): The business is engaged in work that grants its employees access to sensitive information which, if publicized, would get ...

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  6. New York Business Formation: LLCs vs. S-Corps

    Written by attorney Tim Bukher, over 4 years ago.

    Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and S-Corps are business entities which are treated by the IRS as partnerships for tax purposes. They differ with respect to their corporate formalities, but both entities have their income taxed as "passing through" to their owners. What this m...

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