Running a business is a lot of work. In addition to making the goods or providing the services for which the entity was created, there are also other issues like obtaining funding, hiring employees,... more
Generally yes, provided you do not imply sponsorship or endorsement by the author of the quote or any third party, particularly some business.
Many quotes are registered trademarks. You cannot use... more
Have an Email Policy:
1. That lets all employees know what rights the company reserves and explains that e-mail communications are not private.
2. That makes it clearthat the business owns the e-... more
Through multiple investigative reports intodelivery truck accidentsand the business practices of delivery companies in recent years, the American news media has been successful in shedding light on... more
Yours, Mine and Ours: New Limits onCounsels Review of Employee Email Communications
Written By: Matt Cordell Grant Osborne
As in-house counsel, you may be called upon to review an employees email... more
People are creative. And most people are probably a good deal more creative than me. And whats great about the law is that you can own the things you create despite them sometimes being intangible.... more
By Kelly A. Karstaedt, Esq.
Some might say it is logical to think that if a complaint is dismissed with leave to amend within a prescribed time period that, should counsel fail to file an amendment,... more
ByKelly A. Karstaedt, Esq.
A recent conversation with another civil litigation attorney about a hearing on attorneys fees prompted me to remember the good old days of law school when I first learned... more
By Charles B. Jimerson, Esq. and Kelly A. Karstaedt, Esq
In todays market, there is a much greater risk of investing labor and materials into a construction project as the probability of actually... more