What Business Owners Need To Know About No-Match Letters


If you are familiar with the term “No-Match Letter,” you might be reminded of the 1990’s where these letters became fairly notable. Though not much has been said about them in recent years, many have noticed they are making a comeback. While this comeback has seemingly happened under the radar, it’s important for business owners to know what their options are when and if they receive a No-Match Letter.

Intellectual Property Rights Are No “Picnic”


It’s no secret that owning and operating a business is difficult. You have employees to take care of, customers to please, and many other responsibilities that are part of daily operations. However, sometimes the simple idea of naming a business or entity can prove to be daunting, especially if you ultimately decide to trademark that name. Unfortunately for one restaurant in Austin, this scenario was no picnic.

New Law Could Drastically Change Anti-SLAPP Lawsuits


In two previous blogs, we’ve discussed Anti-SLAPP laws and how they can relate to defamation cases for businesses. Anti-SLAPP laws essentially work to protect companies from defamatory or false statements regarding their businesses practices. Though these laws have been in place for several years, a new bill has been put in motion that could change these laws and even exclude certain cases if passed.