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Privacy is frequently mentioned, often sought and rarely understood. This article will focus on protecting your identity when conducting business. Specifically, we will demonstrate how to structure your companies and finances to be wholly private. Your information won’t appear in any public database, nor will it be kept outside...
There are countless companies for Attorneys and legal professionals to spend their advertising budget. With many different legal marketing companies offering very different services and focuses, it seems like an easy way for attorneys to track results is by website traffic. The problem is that even though this is...
Copyright exists from the moment a creative work is fixed in a tangible medium. But without copyright registration, important tools for protecting the work are unavailable. This article describes them for creatives and explains the importance of registering your copyrights. Copyright Protections Copyright is a form of intellectual property law...
Oregon is a great city for all kinds of entrepreneurs and startups, and the limited liability company ("LLC") is a great business entity choice for many of them. Here are the legal steps needed to set up and begin operating an Oregon LLC. Read the Article at: How to Form an...
While some people (like myself) really enjoy networking, many of my friends and colleagues have ranked live networking events somewhere between a root canal and an I.R.S. audit, on their scale of “fun” or “enjoyable” activities.  In this article, I’ll offer some ideas, which might help you to turn...
In a recent decision, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey held that inherited IRAs are not considered property of the bankruptcy estate and therefore are not assets subject to reach by a bankruptcy trustee or creditors. http://www.njlawconnect.com/bankruptcy/inherited-ira-not-property-bankruptcy-estate/

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