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October 2015 Archives

Establishing a copyright for your work

Whether people in Las Vegas are writing a novel, working as a freelance website designer, or are composing music for clients, it is important for them to make sure that their work is protected to avoid unnecessary business litigation. According to Rights for Artists, this is done through establishing a copyright but there are certain criteria that must be met.

Can ideas be considered intellectual property?

The right idea can launch your small basement business in Las Vegas into a multimillion-dollar company. While technically, ideas fall under the umbrella of what intellectual property is, to establish legal ownership, there are certain processes you need to follow.

Defending against premises liability claims in Nevada

No matter if you are a home or business owner, your property could be at risk of getting involved in a personal injury incident. At Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we know how stressful it can be to be on the receiving end of a premises liability lawsuit. It is important for anyone who owns property in Nevada to understand the state’s liability laws and put in place the proper preventative measures.

When trademarking a Nevada business name is worth it

While many business owners in Las Vegas may be aware that a trademark can provide invaluable protection, they may be unsure of when or where to do it. Owners of small companies may even balk at the cost. According to the Nevada Secretary of State, simply registering a trademark is $100. However, there are other fees or expedited services that could tack on a significant amount more, depending on the circumstances. Registering a trademark with the federal government is often more expensive, though it can be worth it.

When can you legally breach a contract?

There are many reasons that a contract can be breached by your company or the party you entered into a written agreement with. In a previous blog post, you learned about the guidelines used by the court to determine whether a breach of contract is a material one. In this blog post, you’ll learn when it may be okay legally for your Las Vegas business to violate the terms in a contract.

What constitutes a material breach of contract?

As the owner or manager of a business in Las Vegas, you probably have several contracts in place. These contracts may be with your own employees, with suppliers or with other companies who provide services to your business. When the terms of a contract are violated by you or the other party, the breach may be termed a minor breach or a material one.

Helping businesses approach litigation properly

If you own a business, you probably know that there are all sorts of challenges that can arise, such as a struggling economy and finding qualified workers. However, business litigation can be particularly demanding and sometimes has a significant impact on the future of businesses both large and small. At the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we strive to help business owners in Las Vegas and other cities in Nevada who are facing litigation firsthand.

Nevada car accident injures multiple people

From premises liability to auto accidents, personal injury cases take many forms. In Las Vegas, Nevada, and across the United States, it is pivotal for those who have been hurt because of the negligence of another to properly address their set of circumstances. Sadly, far too many Americans have been injured in a car accident or other mishap that was caused by reckless behavior and it is essential for these victims to stand up for their rights.

Wellness company alleges breach of contract against MGM Resorts

A lawsuit can be costly for a business no matter which side of the issue the company is on. Business owners in Nevada should know what to do when facing issues such as breach of contract litigation. Putting the right measures in place could prevent a long and expensive legal battle. As a recent incident illustrates, even claims that may appear baseless could cause trouble for a company.

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