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Ryan P Siney

Ryan Siney’s Legal Guides

5 total

  • Pennsylvania's Right to Know Law

    Pennsylvanias revised Right to Know Law, Act 3 of 2008, was signed by Governor Rendell on February 14, 2008 and became fully effective on January 1, 2009. This law provides updated policies and procedures for access to public records, such as forms, e-mails, letters, tapes, photo...

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  • Using UDRP Arbitration to Squash Typosquatters

    Typosquatting is the practice of intentionally confusing internet users who lack perfect typing or spelling skills by diverting them to a site different from the one they attempted to reach. The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) provides owners of marks with an...

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  • Trademarks Can Be Valuable Business Assets

    Trademarks are names, symbols, logos, taglines, and other printed or graphic representations of your businesss name, products, and services. Applying for a federal trademark registration for these items provides essential protection for your company. A registered trademark can be...

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  • Ten Simple Legal Rules for Business Owners

    While it seems there is no limit to the number of laws, regulations and rules that your company must follow, there are a few basic steps that your company can take to protect itself from the most common legal problems. Following these ten simple rules could help avoid or limit ...

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  • Should You Be on the Lookout for Red Flags in Your Business?

    Small businesses must navigate a sea of complicated laws and regulations, and knowing which laws apply to your business is increasingly difficult. As an example, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA), is one of many laws aimed at protecting confidential informatio...

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