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How to Protect Your Digital Assets

In today’s digital age, more and more photos, letters, and financial accounts, which were once stored in drawers, file cabinets, and safes, are now often saved in the cloud or on hard drives. As a result, the importance of including digital assets in estate planning becomes apparent. Similar to our tangible...

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How Start-Ups Can Protect their Intellectual Property

In the competitive world of start-up businesses, intellectual property (IP) plays an important role in securing a company's innovations, branding, and creative works. As start-ups strive to carve out their niche in the market, effective management and protection of IP assets become crucial for maintaining a competitive edge and promoting long-term growth...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Business: Mediation and Arbitration

Mediation and arbitration are two distinct methods of alternative dispute resolution that offer effective solutions in business and beyond traditional courtroom litigation. Both methods are valued for their efficiency, confidentiality, and ability to preserve relationships between the parties involved. Commercial contracts often include clauses specifying which method to use in the event...

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Why Unmarried Couples Should Have An Estate Plan

In a time where there is increased diversity of familial units, it is crucial for unmarried couples to consider the role of estate planning in securing their future. Unlike their married counterparts, unmarried partners often do not automatically benefit from the legal protections and rights that marriage confers, especially with respect to...

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Steps for Crafting a Business Succession Plan

No company can survive without a capable owner, executive, or shareholder at the head of the business. In the event of a key member’s sudden death, illness, or retirement, businesses are often left scrambling to recover lost assets and find a replacement. Large corporations and small businesses alike can avoid a rough...

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Exploring the Elements and Remedies in Contractual Disputes

Understanding the elements and remedies involved in contractual disputes is essential to navigate these disputes effectively. Legal advice is often sought to assess the situation and determine the most appropriate course of action. Jones, Gregg, Creehan and Gerace can help individuals and businesses struggling with contractual challenges in Pennsylvania.

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How to Avoid Unfair Trade Practices in Your Business

The global marketplace has never been more competitive. As such, businesses cannot afford to run afoul of clear laws, regulations, and established ethical conduct if they want to maintain long-term success and have a positive public perception. Engaging in unfair trade practices, for instance, can not only harm a company’s reputation but...

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How to Proceed if Your Business is Being Sued for Malpractice

Lawyers, doctors, and members of other professional associations may find themselves confronted with a malpractice suit at one point or another throughout their careers. These suits can be stressful for professionals and their businesses as a whole. With a lot on the line, it is critical that you understand the steps you...

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