If I wanted to invent something how do I start
answered on Feb 11, 2020
A patent attorney could advise you, but they would have better chances of seeing your question under the heading Patents (Intellectual Property). Product Liability involves injuries from defective products. You could try reposting in the Patents category. Good luck
My freelance gig would provide information (historical value trends, ratios, basic valuation model and what that model believes stock worth is. Also, the report will show what good is (for example, PE Ratio of 10 where average industry pe ratio is 20 or something like the enterprise/operating... Read more »
answered on Apr 1, 2019
Before making a much bigger mistake than the mistake you are trying to avoid, I strongly advise you not to re-publish any proprietary information in any form whatsoever, unless and until you have received the original publisher's written consent--which may require the original publisher to... Read more »
answered on Apr 15, 2013
It depends on what the company did, and to some extent whether they are a publicly traded company.
You should contact an attorney that specialized in securities law matters and discuss what you believe the basis of your claim is.
You may have civil remedies available to you, or in... Read more »
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