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What Is a Copyright?

Copyrights are forms of intellectual property protection that find their basis in the Constitution of the United States and granted under the law to protect original works of authorship. This includes both published and unpublished works. There are various categories of works that can be protected by copyright laws in the US, including movies, software, literary works, paintings, live performances, photographs, and more. Here, we want to provide a brief overview of what a copyright...
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Can You Sue for False Advertising?

In the United States, you will find that there are numerous state and federal false advertising laws that prohibit all types of deceptive advertising, misleading product labels, and similar practices. These laws are incredibly important to protect not only the rights of consumers, but also their health and well-being. It is important to understand basic false advertising laws and whether or not you can file a lawsuit if you have been the victim of false...
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What Is a Cease and Desist Letter?

A cease and desist letter is a common method used in an attempt to resolve a dispute between two or more parties. A cease and desist letter is not going to be filed in court. Rather, this letter will be sent to the individual or business you have a conflict with to ask them to stop an activity that you believe is infringing on your rights. A cease and desist letter is also commonly referred...
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What Happens in a Personal Injury Trial?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another person, it may be necessary to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover the compensation you need. While the vast majority of personal injury cases are resolved through insurance carrier settlements, some of these cases may need to go to trial in order to reach a successful resolution. If it looks like your case is going...
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What Is a Subrogation Claim?

The term “subrogation” is not something that many people have heard of, but it is important to understand what this means if you have been involved in an accident in which insurance has paid some of the expenses. Subrogation deals with reimbursing insurance carriers for payments they have made on your behalf in the event you have been injured due to the negligence of somebody else. Here, we want to look into subrogation claims more...
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