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Toys ‘R’ Us Domains Up for Auction

As a result of Toys ‘R’ Us going bankrupt and closing all of its U.S. stores, toy retailer plans to place some of its assets up for auction, including a slew of surprising domain names one might not expect a toy company to own.  Among the domains soon to be auctioned include sex-toys-r-us.com, ihatetoysrus.com, toysrussucks.com, kinkytoysrus.com, […]

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Class Action Against Intel alleging a defect in Intel’s x86-64x CPU

If you have a computer which includes the Intel’s x86-64x CPU and are interested in (a) learning more or (b) being included in a class action against Intel, contact us today. We have consumer class action attorneys standing by to assist and help you understand your legal rights. ‘Plaintiffs’ ‘ class action against defendant Intel […]

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The Importance of Industry Standards to the Drone Market

As drone services market continues to evolve, market success stories are becoming more common. The number of drone pilots complying with the Part 107 regulations, including waivers and authorizations, increases every day. Professional grade drone contracts, UAV Operating Manuals and websites which give customers confidence are important assets being leveraged by the industry. Professionalism within […]

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Responding to a Litigation Subpoena: Technology Attorney Tips

Has your technology, web or internet company received a subpoena from an attorney?  In this episode, litigation attorney Enrico Schaefer explains how to respond to a third party deposition and/or document production subpoena. This is attorney Enrico Schaefer. Today on the Traverse Legal Podcast we are going to be talking a little bit about litigation […]

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Non-Compete Trends

Non-Compete Agreements  that would also include non-solicitation agreements and trade secret protections have become part of the territory in employment and trade secret law for the past two decades or so as an aid to employers to protect sensitive information, investment in employee training and customer relationships, but what are the trends now that non-compete […]

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Legal Checklist for Startups and Founders

Whether a first time startup, repeat founder onto the next venture or an operational business trying to get your “legal house” in order, a simple legal checklist is always helpful.  There are lots of samples available, but here is a practical one that can help guide you, and your lawyer, as you begin and hopefully […]

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Local Municipal Approvals for Your Cannabis Business

Local Municipal Approvals for Your Cannabis Business Local municipal approval of your proposed marijuana business may be one of the most difficult hurdles you face in launching your cannabis based business. Simply because your state has approved the cultivation and sale of either medical or recreational marijuana does not guarantee you can locate close to […]

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Amtrak Train Crash May have Been Caused by Excessive Speed

Traverse Legal’s litigation attorney team is investigating the cause of the Amtrak passenger train which derailed 13 of its 14 cars off both sides of an overpass and onto rush hour traffic below.  The accident killed three people and injuring more than 100 others.  It has been reported that the train may have been going […]

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Legal Ramifications of the FCC’s Vote to Repeal Net Neutrality

As anyone who even mildly uses the Internet undoubtedly knows, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) voted yesterday to repeal net neutrality.  “Net Neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers [(“ISPs”)] must treat all data on the Internet the same, and not discriminate or charge differently by users, content, website, platform, application, type of attached […]

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Founders’ Friday: Key IP Considerations for Buyers in M&A Transactions

In M&A transactions, buyers often assume that intellectual property (IP) rights will automatically transfer with the purchase or that any existing issues relating to the IP assets to be acquired can be cured by general representations and warranties. While getting strong representations and warranties covering IP is useful (and recommended), relying on remedies for breaches […]

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