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How should you protect your intellectual property in Nevada?

Many businesses in Nevada and elsewhere are built on good ideas. At the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we know that you have spent time and money to see your ideas become reality and to develop your brand, business methods, services and products. If you do not take steps to protect your intellectual property, however, others may take your ideas and use them as their own. In fact, stopfakes.gov reports that counterfeiting costs U.S. companies between $200 and $250 billion each year.

What may be considered unfair business competition?

State and federal laws require businesses in Nevada to have competition. This is because it promotes variety in the workplace and keeps prices from skyrocketing. However, sometimes, it may be difficult for you to know when you are a successful force in the marketplace and when you are perpetrating unfair business competition.

Business faces premises liability lawsuit

With premises liability cases, each set of circumstances is unique. Sometimes, people are hurt after falling down or suffering an injury because of the negligence of another. At the same time, some premises liability cases are fraudulent and can have a devastating impact on businesses and individuals who have been falsely accused. From a dispute with the landlord to an auto accident or probate issue, many people have found themselves in the middle of a civil litigation suit in Las Vegas, and other parts of Nevada, and handling these cases properly is paramount.

Company involved in dispute over employment contracts

From false allegations of sexual harassment to contract disputes, businesses may face a number of hurdles. In Las Vegas, and across the entire state of Nevada, these situations can spell disaster for the future of a company. For example, a company involved in a contract dispute may struggle to stay afloat while workers are on strike. As a result, it is vital for every business owner who is in this position to carefully examine their options and do everything they can to protect their business.

Legal options if you have a business dispute with a friend

Some people say you should never involve a friend in business matters. Whether or not you believe this is true, the fact remains that if you conduct business with a friend, you may end up facing business litigation if the terms of your agreement are not met in some way. At the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we are prepared to answer your questions regarding all types of commercial litigation in Las Vegas, whether they pertain to doing business with another company or a friend or family member.

Protecting your legal interests after a car accident

Like all drivers in Las Vegas, you have a chance of getting into an accident every time you get behind the wheel. Even minor fender benders can be frightening and confusing, and you might not know how to deal with the aftermath immediately following the crash.

Know the remedies for a breach of contract lawsuit

When you enter into a contract with another party, you expect that party to uphold its end of the deal. As our team at the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., has seen, breaching the agreement can be devastating for both sides. One side is shorted, and if that side takes the other to court, there can be legal ramifications for the other side. If you find yourself in a contract dispute with an individual or business shirking responsibilities, you should be aware of your options.

How do I appeal a family law ruling in Nevada?

If you are unhappy with the outcome of your family law case, you may be able to appeal the ruling. Generally, you can appeal an order from a judge if you believe that there were mistakes made during the case. Under the Nevada Rules of Appellate Procedure, you can appeal a number of items, including the following:

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