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August 2013 Archives

Large numbers of intellectual property disputes involve software


When New Jersey businesses create a new product, those businesses want to make sure that they are the only ones that profit from that new invention. Intellectual property laws help these businesses by providing legal protections for all sorts of creations. These legal protections preclude other businesses from using the invention for their own profit without the permission of the original inventor. Under these laws, businesses can sue another company that violates its intellectual property rights. These suits allow businesses to ensure that they are protecting their business concepts.

New Jersey tries to limit non-competes after rise in litigation


Through the course of business, New Jersey employees are given access to all sorts of information about the company they work for. They are privy to information about who customers are, what prices are, what the company costs are and how products are made. This information can be valuable to the company's competitors should the employees leave the company or decide to start a company of their own. Using this information could be considered unfair competition and hurt the employee's former employer.

Public offering reminds businesses to consider entity form


Businesses big and small need to consider how they want to organize. There are many different entity forms that businesses in New Jersey can choose from including corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Each entity form will have advantages and disadvantages for a business. People need to consider how each entity will affect the business in the future and its potential to reach a greater audience.

Major airline merger challenged by Department of Justice


Five months ago, US Airways and American Airlines announced plans to merge into a single airline. Mergers allow two or more business entities to combine into a single company. This is often a good way for New Jersey companies to grow or to save themselves from financial trouble -- by acquiring access to a healthier company's assets. Mergers tend to be complex business transactions that require skillful negotiation, and expert execution to be successful.

New Jersey judge decides 21-year-old breach of contract case


A 21-year-old New Jersey contract dispute has finally reached an end. A judge recently ruled that a real estate mogul from New Jersey had cheated his business partners out of revenue that they deserved from an apartment complex. The development contract involved a 764-unit apartment complex that the man and several members of his family had built as part of a deal with two business partners.

Positive resolution reached in intellectual property case


Business disputes, especially intellectual property disputes, have the potential to turn into massive problems for New Jersey businesses. Without the right help and management, intellectual property disputes can become very expensive, time consuming and disruptive for businesses. But, they don't have to be. In some situations, alternative dispute resolution can be used so that New Jersey businesses can come to favorable resolutions.

New Jersey 7-Eleven franchise owners sue


Businesses have all sorts of different types of relationships. They have relationships with their employees, with their customers, with other businesses and, in some cases, with their franchisees. Each of these relationships can be complicated and come with a host of legal and business disputes. When one of these relationships falls apart, business litigation can arise.

Bausch + Lomb to move to New Jersey following acquisition


Sometimes complex business transactions take jobs from New Jersey, and other times, the state benefits. Recently, Valeant Pharmaceuticals International announced that it will be moving ophthalmology company Bausch + Lomb's headquarters from Rochester, New York to New Jersey once Valeant's acquisition of the company is complete.

New Jersey opens doors for distillery business


In the past few years, more and more entrepreneurs have entered the world of craft beer and wine. This interest has also sparked the idea of individuals making artisanal liquors and spirits. New Jersey is finally catching up with this trend. The state recently loosed certain legal restrictions governing the beer and wine-making industry.

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