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What Does New York’s Non-Profit Revitalization Act Mean?

When people think of Non-profit they often forget that a Non-profit or NGO (Non-governmental Organization) is a corporation. We have gotten so used to saying the abbreviated “Non-profit” that we forget it is just a short-hand for “Non-profit Corporation.” In fact in the purest sense a Non-profit is a corporation with a charitable purpose. […]

By |September 27th, 2014|Art Law, Legal News and Events, Real Estate, Start-Up, Tax|0 Comments

Supreme Court Finds Defense of Laches Does Not Hold for Copyright

In  Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, No. 12-1315 the Supreme Court recently found that the defense of laches was not appropriate in the case of copyright infringement where a statute is clear. Laches is an affirmative equity defense relying on the opposing party having “slept on their rights” and not brought their claim in a timely and […]

By |September 24th, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, IP, Legal News and Events, Non-Profit, Start-Up|0 Comments

Apple’s Loss in China a Win for Business Protecting IP Overseas?

Recently Forbes magazine contributor Tim Wortsall wrote an article about the importance of China protecting domestic IP. He posits that this recent case of Apple losing its IP case on its voice application Siri, shows a glimmer of hope. Why? Because while countries like China have no IP of their own to protect it is to […]

By |September 20th, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, IP, Legal News and Events, Start-Up|0 Comments

Dallas is the Right Size for New Business

A growing list of companies including Toyota and L’oreal are moving their corporate and distribution centers to Dallas. Located equidistant from East and West coast with low cost of living and plenty of educated professionals, Dallas, is catching the eye of a lot of corporations looking to take advantage of its fast growing cutting […]

By |September 10th, 2014|Business, Entrepreneur, Legal News and Events, Real Estate, Start-Up|0 Comments