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What You Can Expect Of a Will and Trust Attorney

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 Lora Davis (March 22, 2017)  Estate planning refers to the process organizing and distributing your assets to your heirs or beneficiaries; this is a process that is sought when someone wants to offer the legal rights they feel are due for their property and assets when they are no longer available. The beneficiaries and heirs can be family members, friends or even anonymous third parties that you mention in your .. (Copyright)

Hire the Best DUI Attorney the First Time

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 Lora Davis (January 21, 2017)  If you are being charged with driving under the influence and especially in a state other than where you reside, then chances are you have given the law enforcement in your area reason to suspect that you were intoxicated when they pulled you over. With an out of state DUI attorney on your side, you can fully understand the details of your charges and build a strong defense. In most .. (Copyright)

Business Law Article About Limiting Trademarks Infringements

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 Hassan Elhais (October 04, 2016)  The United Arab Emirates is regarded as a commercial hub of Middle East, which facilitates in the practice of commercial activities in a lucrative and tax-free environment. The legal system endeavors to protect producers and consumers from Trademarks infringement. Trademark infringement is a violation of exclusive rights attached to a trademark without the authorization of the trademark . (Copyright)

Importance for publishing articles on directories

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 Saqib Nazeer Ali (September 16, 2016)  Article marketing is an art there is no doubt about that here great deal of knowledge required for publishing valued driven article which actually going to approve our network for securing publishing rights actually there so readers going to obtained valued insight regards with that content which actually published there on a directory. In past people are publishing articles for .. (Copyright)

Business Law - Dubai Airport Freezone Authority

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 Hassan Elhais (August 29, 2016)  Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA) is one of the region’s fastest growing Free zones. Established in 1996, DAFZA is home to over 1,450 companies, covering a range of key industry sectors, including aviation, freight & logistics, IT & telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and so forth. Why set up in this Freezone? Many of the world’s most recognized brands have positioned their .. (Copyright)

Child Protection Law in the United Arab Emirates

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 Hassan Elhais (August 25, 2016)  The Community Development Authority (CDA) of Dubai has recently drafted a new child protection policy, which protects children, investigates abuses against their rights, and provides government services to families and children believed to be in danger. This new policy seeks to protect not only children residing in the Emirate, but even children just passing through. Currently, there .. (Copyright)

Tips for Selecting a Winning Divorce Attorney

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 Kamil Jain (May 05, 2016)  It may appear like the world is so fast paced that many human relationships are becoming exceedingly fragile and quite difficult to maintain; divorce has become quite common among many young couples. However, divorce cases involve a very complicated legal procedure; couples looking for divorce have to go through the family court where they get legal assistance and advice. Unfortunately, . (Copyright)

Available Assistance For Victims Of Crime

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 Kamil Jain (March 26, 2016)  When tragedy strikes a family, there are different challenges that a family is going to face and one of them is traumatic injury cleaning. The homes where tragedies such a suicide, homicide or violent crime has taken place are normally left in a mess and the family of the survivor is left dealing with two major problems; first, they must deal with grief as they come to terms with the .. (Copyright)

Heirs According to Sharia Law

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 Hassan Elhais (February 23, 2015)  Principles of Succession Shariah lays down the relations that qualify as heirs following the death of an individual. The deceased’s estate can only be transferred to persons who qualify as heirs under Shariah Law principles. Anyone who does not qualify as an heir gets nothing from the estate. Determining the heirs: The first step followed by court is to determine the heirs and .. (Copyright)

What is a collaborative Divorce?

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 Edward Whipps (November 26, 2014)  Couples have many options when deciding to end a marriage. Once such option that will allow for more control of future assets is a collaborative divorce, where the spouses are able to come to an agreement outside the court system. This is a “team” process and requires that both parties engage their own attorneys and discuss the most mutually beneficial way to settle their .. (Copyright)

Getting a Divorce in Canterbury? Here’s What You Should Consider

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 Bruce Markey (September 09, 2014)  Divorce is probably one of the most painful experiences any couple can experience. It's not only the death of a relationship, but also the death of hopes and dreams. Before you have that heated argument, grab the kids and storm out of the door to your parent's, you'd better think twice! Getting a divorce in Canterbury is a very serious matter that can affect your financial well-being, .. (Copyright)

Why Get Help From A DUI Lawyer?

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 Robert Fogarty (June 11, 2014)  Getting a DUI is a scary situation, and often, people are not sure how to navigate the legal process after being arrested with a DUI charge. Some people will try to go about the process without getting help or assistance from a lawyer. In some cases, this is alright, but in other situations, it is a good idea to hire a professional who has experience in the field of DUI law. When .. (Copyright)

Copyright Attorney Denver: How to Choose the Best

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 Bruce Markey (February 25, 2014)  In every organization there are a set of rules and regulations to ensure well-being of the people and their organizations. The laws keep expanding as time advances. However, since centuries these laws have conserved the rights and functionalities of the society successfully. Some of the categories may not be influencing lives of the people directly. Copyright laws and trademarks are .. (Copyright)

Bill has potential for copyright confusion

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 Carvill Johnson (July 18, 2012)  Proposals included in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill could result in additional copyright issues for businesses, Carvill & Johnson report. The recommended changes to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (CDPA) would enable the government to introduce legislative changes through secondary, rather than primary, legislation. The Birmingham Solicitors add although .. (Copyright)

Entertainment Industry and Intellectual Property Protection in India

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 Ganesh Raj (July 29, 2011)  Entertainment is one of the most happening Industries in India. Though the industry and services offered is not perceived the same way; as services offered by a business entity or organizations in a stream of business; the size of the industry has significant impact in terms of the mass reach, jobs created, economy and technology absorption. Getting to the details of forms of .. (Copyright)

Divorced Spanish Father Obtains Visitation Rights to Unborn Child

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 Steve Mcgrath (July 29, 2011)  The Court of First Instance in San Sebastian has accepted a divorce agreement from a married couple that sets out the visitation rights of the father with respect to the couple's unborn child, which was in it's fifth month of gestation. The judge accepted that the document should effect but be suspended until the birth of the child. According to judicial sources, this is a pioneering .. (Copyright)

Choosing Copyright litigation Attorney

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 Mirjan Stojanovic (February 11, 2011)  The U. S. Copyright office is responsible to register the lawyers for copyright owners on the behalf of their clients. They assist their clients to aware them that how to effectively get their works registered in order to provide leverage and enforcement. The Copyright Law is made up of all of the legal concepts and rules envisaging the safety of those that produce intellectual works .. (Copyright)

Information about RICO Attorney

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 Mirjan Stojanovic (February 07, 2011)  Lots of people might have heard about RICO Act through media, newspapers, or from their friends or relatives but only few know what it means. RICO stands for “Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations, " that refers that law is designed to combat organized crimes. When someone is charged with a RICO crime, it means they may have violated the government Racketeer Influenced .. (Copyright)

Choosing the Websites to Publish your Articles

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 Alex Smartson (May 14, 2010)  It is important to choose good partners when you are doing business. First of all they should be honest and reliable people so that you can be confident that they do not let you down. The same apply when you write articles and distribute them - authors and publishers are partners. Since it takes hours to write a good article, take a good care of your creation when it is finished. There . (Copyright)

Benefit From Low-Cost Legal Solutions to Corporate Litigation and Tort Claims

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 Julia Ryan (March 24, 2010)  During the past few years, it is being noted that many businesses are enthusiastic to take risks, develop their levels of operations and aim to reach a larger market base. To realize their business goals, businesses utilize the advanced methodologies and customer-care processes to make full use of their profits and achieve a competitive edge over their peers. The most common problem .. (Copyright)

The 11 Forgotten Laws review

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 Bhart Brij (October 06, 2009)  I would recommend The 11 Forgotten Laws for: People who want to take their business up to a higher level, by utilizing the secret law of attraction in a positive manner. Want to tackle their problem-solving capacities, and look at a new way in which they can find solutions for their problems. Want to go about a complete personality change by using the law of attraction. Want to .. (Copyright)

Creative Writers - Beware of Selling Your Rights

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 Deborah Owen (December 18, 2008)  Most creative writers are so eager to sell their work that they don't stop to consider what rights they are selling. “Rights" refers to how a publisher can use your work. “Rights" has nothing whatever to do with what you are paid or the copyright of your work. First North American Serial Rights, or FNASR, are the most common rights purchased. The purchasing magazine has .. (Copyright)

How Do You Copyright Stuff?

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 Norman MacLeod (December 08, 2008)  To actually Copyright your ‘IP’ - your ‘Intellectual Property', whether a song, a poem, lyrics, a story or article - is really, really simple. You write it down on a sheet of paper. At the bottom of the paper, you write the words ‘Copyright by. . . ’ Then, where the three dots are - ‘. . . ’ - you write your name, followed by the year. And .. (Copyright)

Why New Artists and Musicians Need Legal Advice the Most - To Keep From Being Taken Advantage Of

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 R. Sebastian Gibson (October 17, 2008)  There may be no other profession than the music business where so many people will try to take advantage of you when you are starting out as a musician if you don't have a lawyer. Whether you or your band hail from Encinitas, California, Del Mar, CA, Solana Beach in San Diego, Anaheim or Santa Ana in Orange County, or Palm Springs, whether you developed your talent in La Jolla, or at .. (Copyright)

The Benefits of US Copyright Registration in UK Disputes

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 Shireen Smith (September 30, 2008)  There is a popular myth that the best way to protect your copyright is to send a copy of the work to yourself in an envelope and that you will be protected so long as you do not open the envelope. Sadly, courts are not often persuaded by this evidence due to the ease of tampering. There are better ways to prove you are the original creator of a work. One of the best ways is to register . (Copyright)

5 Simple Steps to Writing a Copyright Notice

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  The notice however is still relevant as it lets the public know that the work has a copyright and gives the name of the author as with the date when it was first published. In the case of a lawsuit, the party owning the work is always better protected if there is a written notice. Providing a notice does not require the permission of the copyright office. Copies you can see: This form . (Copyright)

Defining the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  On October 28 1998 a bill by the name of the Digital Millennium Copy right Act was signed into law by President Clinton. The law implements two treaties of the world Intellectual Property Organization of 1996. The two main ones were the WIPO Copyright treaty and the WIPO Performance and Phonograms treaty. The DMCA has 5 titles. 1. WIPO Copyright and Performance and Phonograms Treaties .. (Copyright)

Help! Using a Lawyer to Help Copyright Your Work

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  Going through the maze of paperwork and steps is torture when you apply for a copyright. The paperwork and all you have to do in order can overwhelm you. So when applying, let a professional help you to do all the legwork right. Hire an attorney and leave the work to him while you sit back and wait for the copyright to be done. A lawyer has a lot of staff whose only job is to help you .. (Copyright)

How Do I Obtain a Copyright?

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  A copyright is secured automatically upon creation of a work fixed in a copy or a phonorecord for the first time. The definition of a copy is “A material object from which a work can be read or otherwise perceived directly or by a method or transcription". These devices could contain books, manuscripts, sheet music, videotape, film or microfilm. A phonorecord is a sound of any .. (Copyright)

Registering For a Copyright

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  To register for a copyright you have to send two copies of the work to be registered along with the fees and the registration forms. Seems simple enough, but if everything is not included in the submission then it will most probably be returned. Two copies are required if the work was published or written in the United States, if the work was written outside of the country then one copy . (Copyright)

Remedies For Copyright Infringement and What You Can Do

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  A person who violates the rights of an author, who has a copyright, can have an infringement suit placed on them. The owner of the copyright shall serve written notice upon the infringer and any related parties having interest in the matter. The infringer could have published the work here in the United States or imported the work from any other country. The owner of a copyright is .. (Copyright)

Suing For Misappropriation of Copyrighted Work, How Long Should I Wait?

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  Waiting for an action has limitations. The injured party has three years to bring civil action and five years to bring criminal action. Why have the limitations? The limitations are there for a speedy process that does not drag on forever. The whole court system would get bogged down if people dug up claims from a long time back. Memories fade and so do the people. The time on the .. (Copyright)

The Defining and Implementing of "Fair Use"

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  Section 107 of the Copyright law defines “Fair Use" as Criticism, News Reporting, Research, Scholarship and Teaching. “Fair Use" is a fairly new thing to come up. It was developed due to many court rulings over the years. The items considered in declaring them as “Fair Use" are as follows: Is the use of a commercial nature or is it not for profit educational use. .. (Copyright)

The Definition of Copyright

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  Copyright is defined as an exclusive right to publish, sell or otherwise deal with a written matter be it a book containing any kind of material. The copyright act of 1976 protects any writing after January 1 1978 for the lifetime of the author plus seventy years. If there are two or more authors of a work then the copyright lasts for 70 years from the death of the last remaining .. (Copyright)

The Many Benefits For Registering a Copyright

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 Binny Satin (September 30, 2008)  Whether you register your work or not is not a requirement of the government. However they provide a number of benefits if you do. The registration process takes certain facts of the particular copyright and makes them publicly known. The benefits of registering a copyright are listed below for your convenience. The process lets you make a public disclosure of the claim of copyright. .. (Copyright)

Seven Legal Tips

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 Moustapha Camara (September 30, 2008)  When starting a t-shirt business you might come across confusing legal issues. The legalities of business can't be over looked. A lot of the legal info you find while conducting your research might seem confusing, so we're gonna break some of it down so it's easier to understand. Make sure you know your stuff before you get into legal trouble! Copyright and trademarks- A copyright is .. (Copyright)

License Agreements For Use in the Distribution of Creative Works

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 Mark Warner (September 29, 2008)  A license agreement is a written contract granting permission to use a creative work, trademark or invention to another party. This license will provide a way for the inventor or creator to profit from an invention or creative work while avoiding the necessity of personally manufacturing and selling copies of the invention or work. Licensing a work or invention to a company will enable .. (Copyright)

How to Choose a Literary Agent

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 Simranjeet Singh (September 12, 2008)  Do you want to choose a literary agent to publish your writings? If yes, then you need to be extra careful while selecting one. Literary agent would market your writing, deal with publishers and also keep a track of all the rights you possess for that published material. If we have been talking of things in the past then there was no need for literary agents as there were very limited .. (Copyright)

Is There Any International Copyright Law?

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 Pauline Go (September 12, 2008)  Since decades it has been a topic of concern regarding the law for international copyright law. But to disclose the amazement, there is no international copyright law. No international copyright law exists that will guard your work in the other parts of the world. Nevertheless, there are specific set of rules offered by different countries which provide security to the foreign works. .. (Copyright)

Who Owns the Photo? Copyright and Licensing of Business Portraits

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 Cheryl Savan (September 11, 2008)  When working with a professional photographer for business portraits and other photography needs, many people think that once they've paid for the services, they can do whatever they want with the photos. However, that's not exactly true. When the photographer creates an image (even if it is created at your request for a job), the photographer automatically owns a copyright to that .. (Copyright)

10 Common Myths About Copyright

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 Steven Chabotte (September 09, 2008)  Copyright law can be confusing. Here are several common myths about copyright to help you sort out fact from fiction. a. If it doesn't have a copyright notice, it is not copyrighted Sort of. After April of 1989, the US dropped the requirement to need a copyright notice to have copyright protection. Items prior to April of 1989 without a copyright notice may have lost protection but it .. (Copyright)

Harry Potter - An Ambush For Allied Work by a Tertiary Publication

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 Chirag Tanna (September 06, 2008)  The Plot: 17 years of creative outbursts has propelled J. K. Rowling (author of the Harry Potter novel series fame) to the pinnacle of modern fictional literature. The wizard world of Harry Potter as weaved by J. K. Rowling brought along with it a swarm of ‘new words’ indicative of the various spells, potions, magical devices, and characters. She has seemingly construed and .. (Copyright)

How to Research the Copyright Status of a Book

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 Steven Chabotte (August 19, 2008)  When seeking US published works in the public domain, there is a gray area from 1923 to 1963 where the book may or may not be in the public domain. To determine if a book with a copyright in that date range is in the public domain and freely usable, take the following steps. Some background on copyright length in the United States Created 1-1-78 or after - Life 70 years1(or if work .. (Copyright)

This Time Next Year We'll Be Millionaires

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 Catherine Harvey (August 13, 2008)  Have you ever come up with what you believed to be a great idea? Have you researched that idea and realised that there is actually a hole in the market that doesn't cover your idea? One day, you are going to put that idea into practice properly and become a millionaire from it - just as soon as you get time. But you don't get time. Then, before you know it, there it is! In the shops! .. (Copyright)

Copyrights Piracy on the Internet

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 Hani Masgidi (August 12, 2008)  What do you mean by Copyright? Copyright is the form of safety provided by laws of United States to authors of the “unique works of authorship" that includes dramatic, musical, literary, creative, and architectural with few other logical works. This safety is accessible to be published as well as unpublished works. Material in “public domain" is rational property, which .. (Copyright)

What is Copyright and When Does a Work Fall Into the Public Domain

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 Peter Woodhead (July 31, 2008)  Copyright is a legal tool that provides the creator of a work the right to control how a work is used. US Copyright law is a Federal Law which protects all kinds of works of authorship. This includes books, magazines, newspapers, and other writings. but can also include music, art, photographs, films/videos, computer software, maps, choreography, and architecture. The owner of a works .. (Copyright)

The Definition of Copyright

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 Calissa Hatton (July 19, 2008)  Copyright is a legal matter, which is backed up by the majority of governments throughout the world. It gives the exclusive rights to the original creator of any work. A copyright is your right to your copy. You have the right to make copies, to sell your work, to share it, etc. No one else has this right until you sign it over, or give some form of consent. Copyright laws gives you the . (Copyright)

Registering For a Copyright

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 Calissa Hatton (July 14, 2008)  When you register for a copyright for your book, your photographs, or any other type of project, you are registering it with the U. S. Copyright Office at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. It's a legally binding formality that makes it public record that you created your project and you retail all the rights, and registers the date. As you register for the copyright, you can .. (Copyright)

The 5 Simple Steps to Writing Your Copyright Notice

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 Calissa Hatton (July 14, 2008)  Whether or not you actually register the rights to your work with the Copyright Office, you can still use a copyright notice on your work. You have every right and legal claim to your work the moment you put words to paper. It helps to register, but you still own the copyright and you have every right to use a copyright notice on your projects. The copyright notice simply notifies .. (Copyright)

The Many Benefits of Registering a Copyright

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 Calissa Hatton (July 14, 2008)  When you get your copyright registered with the United States Copyright Office with the Library of Congress, you are creating a legal document, a record, of the details of the particular document you have created and are claiming the rights to it. Registration of your project is not really a requirement; you don't need it to reserve your rights. If you choose to get your copyright .. (Copyright)




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