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How to Write Your Licensing Agreement to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) assets can be quite lucrative. In particular, licensing agreements can bring in a lot of money for intellectual property owners. However, licensing intellectual property comes with risks! Fortunately, these risks can be effectively mitigated through clear, detailed, and competent licensing agreements. Step One in achieving this is… Continued

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How to Fight a Preference Claim in B2B Debt Collection

Of all the challenges that businesses must face, preference claims can be one of the most unexpected as well as devastating. What is a preference claim? It is a claim made during bankruptcy on a payment that occurred within a certain amount of time before the bankruptcy. It involves the… Continued

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Using a Writ of Execution to Collect a Business Debt

Collecting business debt is not the most glamorous aspect of owning a business. However, it is a necessary action in the business world, and various tools are available to help in the process. One of them is the writ of execution. However, before a writ of execution can be obtained,… Continued

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Make Sure You Pay Your Employees Necessary Overtime

As a successful business owner, you might have employees, and those employees work hard. They are productive and put in long hours to make sure your operation is running smoothly. You want to keep them happy and productive, as well as being in compliance with the applicable labor laws. One… Continued

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Writing a Secure Privacy Policy

In an era where data plays a pivotal role in business operations, the significance of a well-crafted privacy policy cannot be overstated. The heightened awareness of privacy issues has prompted reinforcement of privacy regulations worldwide. A privacy policy can be presented in various mediums, provided it is formally presented to… Continued

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What to Do if You Suspect Breach of Contract

The basis of almost every business deal is a contract. As a business owner, you always want to ensure that you have properly drafted contracts that fully protect your rights. While a contract should clearly dictate the obligations of each party, many parties may still fail to fulfill their end… Continued

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Managing Overtime Payments to Employees

Both employers and employees need to have a complete understanding of Texas overtime laws. Individuals and corporations who fail to comply with these laws often face stiff penalties, including high fines and even criminal prosecution. Although many states have adopted their own laws with regard to overtime pay, Texas has… Continued

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Preventing Legal Liability from Employee Complaints

Employees are at the heart of a business. When they have reason to make complaints, the issue can be damaging to business operations. For this reason, businesses are strongly advised to take proactive measures to head off complaint-related problems before they arise and do harm. In every case, the services… Continued

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Things to Consider When Firing an Employee

If you have employees, the time may come when you want to terminate one or more of them. Whether your decision is due to low productivity, attendance issues, misconduct, or any other reason, there are certain things you should consider before firing someone to protect your business from unnecessary liability…. Continued

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When Should a Business Not File a Proof of Claim?

Proofs of claims are important in bankruptcies because they generally help ensure creditors receive payment of some or all of the debts owed to them when payment is possible. It is generally recommended to file a proof of claim if you are a creditor. However, situations arise where doing so… Continued

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