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Trademark infringement leads to lawsuit with Rihanna against dad

Trademarks can give business owners some peace of mind in knowing that they have taken steps to protect certain intellectual property. Still, a trademark may not physically stop another person or entity from using that property. However, it can allow the trademark owners to take legal action against those who commit trademark infringement.

Bob Marley family companies win breach of contract suit, appeal

Business owners and operators often want to take precautions to make sure that they do not put their companies at unnecessary risk for damages. These precautions often involve creating contracts and other agreements when they do business with another person or entity. Unfortunately, these precautions may not always protect the business as hoped if a breach of contract occurs.

Project denials could lead to construction litigation

Because there are many facets involved with completing construction projects, it is easy for something to go wrong along the way. As a result, a company could have to deal with many hardships in order to complete a project. In some cases, a business may face problems before even obtaining a project, and construction litigation could take place.

Financial impacts often at stake with commercial lease disputes

Rather than buying a building to conduct business operations, numerous Arkansas companies often lease commercial property for their necessary uses. These leases act as binding contracts and can help create a clear relationship between the landlord and the tenant. Of course, commercial lease disputes are not uncommon, and litigation can result when conflict arises between parties.

Lawsuits may be necessary when breach of contract occurs

Running a successful business takes a lot of hard work. Once certain milestones have been reached, company owners may feel ready to expand their products or services. In some cases, this endeavor may mean creating contracts with suppliers in order to meet their needs. However, issues may arise if a breach of contract occurs.

Trademark infringement can prove damaging for companies

Most Arkansas business owners know that, even from the outset of creating their company, it is important to prepare for possible conflicts. There are many different issues that could lead to litigation, and one of those relates to trademark infringement. Trademarks fall into the category of intellectual property, and if another company or person attempts to use that property, legal action may be necessary.

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