We want to protect our game and not sure what the process is to patent and bring our new game to market with our new business.
answered on Aug 22, 2022
Dear Mrs or Mr,
it depends on type of game you are going to create and make business with. If its board game or PC/console game, different type of strategies of legal protection can be applied. Therefore I would need more details to advice you better and more precisely on this.
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Husband owns company I may have signed Corporation papers I do not know it was over 20 years ago
answered on Sep 8, 2019
I hope you will understand that there is no way any attorney in this forum can answer your question without reviewing the papers that you signed along with a lot of other things. Chances are, however, that a lot of claims against you and/or the corporation have expired due to the statute of... Read more »
answered on Apr 30, 2018
Yes, with your EAD you can work for an employer or you can start your own business.
I own a restaurant business in this place since 2006. My current lease is ending on December 31, 2017. I reached out to the landlord for a new extension in June, and he agreed. But there is an unresolved issue on the new extension agreement cause the delay on making this extension effective. I kept... Read more »
answered on Nov 2, 2017
Seek out a local attorney to review your current lease and advise you of your options. Your lease terms will generally control in extension disputes provided it complies with statutes and common law requirements.
A consultation of this nature should not take all that long or be... Read more »
Warranty doesn't cover the issue and salesman is not helpful at all
answered on Mar 18, 2017
If the warranty covers drive train it should. You want to find out what the problem was. If it'something they have to know about, then you can go after them. File a complaint with better business bureau, with the attorney General;s office of consumer affairs.
answered on Feb 15, 2017
That's completely your decision, because companies can act through their officers except with respect to appearing in court. It is recommended that one at least consult a business attorney to make sure you have not overlooked any material issues or misconstrued the "standard" clauses... Read more »
answered on Sep 25, 2016
Dispensing medication is highly regulated as you likely understand. If you are thinking about including things like prepackaged ibuprofen or other OTC medicines and you provide them in packaging containing all of the manufacturer's labeling and warnings, then I think you'd be in fairly... Read more »
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