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I bet most of you will relate to the author of this article in Inc. Magazine who often finds herself too busy working to spend any time planning. It’s an all too common trap. Prospects and revenue are coming in, and it takes so much time to chase every one of them that you have no time left to think about your business. Here are my two favorite lines in the article: “Being busy is not the same as being productive.” “The real value [in attending a workshop or panel discussion] is setting aside an hour to do nothing but think about my business.” Remember, there is Continue Reading →
So you’ve done a trademark search and found that no one owns the trademark for your company name. Is it safe (and wise) merely to buy the domain name and save the fees of registering your company name as your own trademark? The answer is, as all lawyers like to say, “It depends.” But, to put the punch line up front, notice that Network Solutions® and GoDaddy® each have registered their names as trademarks. Why do you think domain name registrars would do that? In Parts I and II of this series I discussed the requirement that you choose a company or product Continue Reading →
Entrepreneur and Argent Place Law attorney, Anjali Patel, leads the commercial real estate practice Argent Place Law not only supports entrepreneurs, we are entrepreneurs ourselves. Anjali Patel, Esq. leads our Commercial Real Estate practice, but she also encourages budding entrepreneurs, like her own three young children. They’ve come up with an idea and a website to promote intergenerational communications. It’s called Seeing I To I, and you can visit the site at https://seeing-i2i.com/ In fact ABC News reporter, Rebecca Jarvis, liked the idea so much she featured Anjali as the local “Entrepreneur of the Week” in her podcast series called No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis. You can hear Continue Reading →
The Purpose of Argent Place Law
Argent Place Law, PLLC serves businesses and business leaders in matters of business law, intellectual property law, and succession planning. Business law issues include contracts with customers, vendors, and partners as well as corporate law and corporate governance. Intellectual Property law issues include filings and strategic licensing for trademarks, patents and copyrights, and how to manage trade secrets. Succession planning incorporates business planning for an equity sale or asset sale as well as the integration of the business succession plan with personal estate planning through wills and trusts.