The Physical & Emotional Trauma of a Bicyclist Accident

As a bicyclist, one of the worst things that could ever happen is getting struck by a car driver who was simply not paying attention, distracted or under the influence while behind the wheel. The injuries associated with a bicyclist accident can include physical and emotional trauma. The human body was just not built to…

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Ensuring Employees Don’t Share Trade Secrets

If you own a business that is reliant upon trade secrets for the success of your business, you are not alone. You will want to ensure protection of your intellectual property at all costs. It can be challenging to trust employees to carry out their job duties without taking your trade secret for their own…

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What is a Negligent Security Case?

Property owners have a responsibility to keep their property safe.  If someone is injured on someone else’s property, the property owner can be held liable for the injury. Often, the root of the problem is either a lack of security or an unsecure environment.  Burned-out security lights or lack of security patrols invite criminals. Establishing…

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Why Cars are the Biggest Threats to Pedestrians

When taking a stroll, pedestrians must always be alert and aware of cars that could be coming their direction. Car drivers can become distracted while behind the wheel, and not see that a pedestrian has crossed in front of their path. A major way pedestrians can help lessen the chances of being struck by a…

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Valuing intellectual property in divorce

Intellectual property rights are rights to exclusive ownership and interest in the intangible assets such as trademarks, patents and copyrights. Intangible assets exist on paper and by operation of law and are not otherwise physical items that can be physically divided or split in a divorce. Whether a tangible, physical asset or an intangible asset…

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