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Texas LLC Law – Breach of Fiduciary Duty

August 3, 2015 / By Robert Wood
Articles // Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Texas

Over 70% of all businesses in the United States are sole proprietorships.  A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated business that is owned and operated by a single individual.  As a sole proprietor, you are entitled to 100% of the profits.  However, you are also 100% personally responsible for all debts, losses, and liabilities. Many people…

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Trademark Infringement Basics

/ By Robert Wood
Articles // Unfair Competition

It is said that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.  However, imitating a competitor’s trademark can lead to harsh consequences.  Alternatively, allowing a competitor to imitate your trademark can damage your business.  It is important to understand basic concepts of trademark infringement to prevent infringing, or being infringed upon. It is important to…

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Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Broad Scope of Applicability

/ By Robert Wood
Articles // Unfair Competition

Many aspects of modern society are dependent upon computers.  And computer fraud and abuse has become prevalent.  For employers, it is important to have an employee computer access policy to protect your sensitive information.  As an employee, knowing the limits of your authorized access is essential to avoiding adverse employment action. The Computer Fraud and…

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