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February 2013 Archives

Macy's and J.C. Penney in court over unfair competition

Many New Jersey businesses will experience conflicts with their competitors. Businesses are often fighting for a limited amount of customers while trying to make the most amount of money. In some situations, unfair competition can lead to commercial litigation between two businesses.

New Jersey fights for permission to allow new businesses

When people are trying to start a new business in New Jersey there are many considerations that need to be made. In most cases, business formation issues are much more complex than just picking a location and hiring employees. Business start-ups need to consider their legal entity form and deal with any regulatory compliance issues.

American Airlines announces merger with US Airways

Often a business restructure can help save a floundering New Jersey business. When a business agrees to a merger it can see an influx of capital, consumers and property. These can be just what a business needs to keep going in today's difficult economy.

Developer in Morris Plains sues city

Sometimes business litigation arises when there is a dispute between two or more businesses, other times, it arises when a businesses is denied the right to do something by a governmental entity. In Morris Plains, a real estate developer has initiated commercial litigation for the later reason.

Princeton gives incentives to create new intellectual property

Like physical property, intellectual property must be protected. In order to protect intellectual property, laws have been enacted that give business owners the exclusive right to use the intellectual property they own. While these laws must be tough enough to protect business concepts, they cannot be so restrictive to quash the formation of new intellectual property or new ideas, products and services.

"Cake Boss" opens new bakery locations in New Jersey

Owing a business in New Jersey can be a profitable and exciting venture. With the right product or service, businesses can expand and grow from New Jersey into the rest of the country. As the business grows, it can encounter business formation issues. With the right help, these issues can be resolved to give the business the best chance of a profitable future.

Subway restaurants sued by New Jersey men over sandwich length

A business lawsuit can come from many different sources -- another business, a customer, an employee or even a governmental agency. No matter the source of commercial litigation, business disputes must be quickly and efficiently dealt with so that the business can move past the disagreement.

Alcohol companies fight over trademark "green hat"

Two gin companies -- Greenhook Ginsmiths and New Columbia Distillers' Green Hat Gin -- have pursued litigation in New Jersey for trademark rights to the phrase "Green Hat." Both companies claim to have superior rights to the trademark. Greenhook claims that it has used the Green Hat trademark in commerce since August 2011. On the other hand, New Columbia Distillers says it filed an application for a trademark on April 22, 2011 whereas Greenhook did not file until Sept. 28, 2011.

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