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Vendor Contracts

December 30, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

What is a Vendor? Vendors are individuals or companies that provide their goods or services to other businesses. They are an essential part of a business’s supply chain as they are key inputs to the creation of products. For example, part manufacturers can act as a vendor of parts to other companies that assemble these […]

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Product Contracts

November 07, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

A product contract is used when buying or selling goods. Whether you’re the party selling the product or the party buying the product, product contracts are essential to ensuring you get exactly what you want and need in a product. These agreements generally outline what product is being sold or bought, the quantity and quality […]

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Vendor Contracts

September 08, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

What is a Vendor? Vendors are individuals or companies that provide their goods or services to other businesses. They are an essential part of a business’s supply chain as they are key inputs to the creation of products. For example, part manufacturers can act as a vendor of parts to other companies that assemble these […]

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Non-Disclosure Agreements and Trade Secrets

July 21, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

All businesses have competitive secrets, and keeping those secrets is key to every company’s success. Using non-disclosure agreements is one way to keep your company’s trade secrets from getting into the wrong hands. What is a non-disclosure agreement? A non-disclosure agreement, also known as an NDA or a confidentiality agreement, is an agreement made between […]

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Non-Compete Agreement

July 20, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

If you’ve shared information with a business partner or employee that could be used to a competitor’s advantage and that relationship is coming to an end, then a non-compete agreement is something that you should consider. As an employer or businessman, this agreement takes away the concern and the legitimate possibility that your key players […]

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Service Contracts

July 15, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

A service contract is an agreement where the seller agrees to provide a particular service to the buyer for a certain price. For businesses and companies, a service agreement can include services such as advertising, consulting, or management each providing the company a specific service. There are several important features of service contracts. Service contracts […]

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License Agreements

July 03, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, General Counsel Services   |   0 Comments

License agreements allow a person to use another’s intellectual property. This agreement is typically between two parties, the licensor and the licensee. The licensor is the party who owns the intellectual property and the licensee is the party who would like to use that intellectual property. Intellectual property comes from people’s minds and includes art, […]

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Protecting Ingenuity

February 09, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting   |   0 Comments

Charles Goodyear was one of the most important inventors of the 19th Century.  His  scientific breakthrough in 1839 forever changed the world. We utilize his invention on a daily basis.  Goodyear discovered the process of vulcanized rubber.  Up until 1839, attempts at creating rubber products had been universal failures.   The idea of making waterproof products […]

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The Growing Need to Safeguard Intellectual Property

August 23, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Business Contract Drafting, Business Design and Formation   |   0 Comments

The theft of intellectual property is a common occurrence in today’s  world.   It is receiving more and more attention as the U.S. economy continues to provide a large portion of the world’s intellectual property including computer software, mobile applications, music, and website content.  In fact, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has an Intellectual Property Theft […]

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Protecting Your Business

May 28, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Asset Protection Planning, Business Contract Drafting   |   0 Comments

Running and operating a business can pose a great deal of risk.  It is important to keep in mind some of the common risks when running a business.  Some examples of common risks include various third party obligations a business owner has, including business-related debts and mortgages on business property, employee mistakes, and other various […]

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