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ow to Protect Your Intellectual Property When Outsourcing to Freelancers

Businesses of all sizesand industries outsource work to non-employees or independent contractors at various points of  their life cycle. A mature enterprise may outsource cthe customer service  chowever often use outsourcing to build a minimum viable product to test he tartrtup’s chances of success before an official product launch. all cente rjob function overseas to […]

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THE STARTUP EMPLOYEE GUIDE TO PROTECTING RESTRICTED STOCK

In the early stages of your startup, you’re going to want to build the best team available, but many of you won’t have money to pay your team members what they’re worth, or anything for that matter. You’re going to have to sell the shit out of your vision and the ability to execute it […]

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TRADEMARK AND DOMAIN NAME; WHAT DOES ONE HAVE TO DO WITH THE OTHER??

You’ve decided that you want to expand your brand’s reach and build your first or one of many websites. Then you take the first step and register your domain name. A few months later you get a cease and desist letter in the mail from a company that owns a registered trademark claiming that your […]

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