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Many companies are taking advantage of the advertising benefits offered by social media. These platforms provide a simpler and cheaper way to market products and services to a much larger audience. Yet, not all businesses realize that these advertisements must abide by the same laws as conventional ads on television or other platforms.
Today, most companies use social media marketing as a part of their marketing efforts to establish an online presence and disseminate information about their products and services. However, not all businesses realize that, in most situations, social media marketing activities should be compliant with federal regulations.
Hear from our Tampa Intellectual Property attorneys on the most important insights for protecting your company’s valuable property.
The owners of Coco & Dash Home, a family-owned furniture store in Dallas, are unexpectedly being targeted by Hästens, a Swedish producer of high-end mattresses.
A blue and white checkered pattern is at the center of this trademark dispute.
Is this small business name too similar to Nike’s famous slogan?
NFTs present new opportunities for businesses to engage new audiences and grow their brands. Yet, there are potential risks that trademark attorneys and business owners need to be aware of in order to protect intellectual property. Nike is suing StockX for trademark infringement, unfair competition, trademark dilution, injury to business reputation.
Our Tampa Immigration lawyers help you navigate the ups and downs of immigration law through articles and resources relevant to Immigration policies and updates in the Tampa Bay Area.
Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Professionals with Advanced Degrees Can Now Self-Petition for a Green Card Under the National Interest Waiver
The Departments of State and Homeland Security have announced new actions to advance the course for international scholars, students, researchers, and experts to contribute to innovation and job creation efforts across America. These announcements build on the Biden Administration’s efforts to remove barriers to legal immigration.
Are you a foreign entrepreneur who plays an active role in a start-up in the U.S.? If so, you may now qualify for permission to stay and work in the United States under the newly revived International Entrepreneur Rule (IER).
pplying for an E-2 visa to the United States can be a great option. E-2 visas allow immigrants from treaty countries to apply for a visa after investing substantial capital in a U.S. business. However, if you are applying for an E-2 immigration visa, it is essential that you qualify for a visa.