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Monthly Archives from November 2018

Tips for Business Owners: What to Do After Discovering Infringement of Your IP – Part 1: Evaluation

Your business’s intellectual property is a valuable asset that is vital to protect. This means actively monitoring for its unauthorized use. If you discover possible infringement, you may wonder what you should do next. Although exact plans of action will vary slightly based on the particular circumstances, there are three consistent steps to the process: evaluation, consultation and, finally, taking legal action. Evaluation To determine if infringement occurred, you must first determine if your material […]

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The Marks Gray Immigration Team in the Community: Gabriela at Riverside Pride

Gabbie recently participated in Riverside Pride with Baptist Hospital to support a friend.  

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Tips for Business Owners: The Fewer Resources You Have, The More You Need to Plan

For many start-ups and existing small businesses, funding and resources are tight, so they necessarily take great care when deciding where to invest their money. However, one place that many businesses unfortunately overlook is planning for and protecting their intellectual property (IP). The value of IP in the US has been estimated as being around $10-$15 trillion. And when assessing the value of IP for your company, it may mean the difference between big-time success […]

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Success Story: “We faced an extremely tight timeline.”

“We engaged Giselle Carson and her team to extend our petition connected with our L-1/L-2 visas. We faced an extremely tight timeline, and with their professionalism and dedication, they were able to help us achieve our goal.” “Giselle was able to provide us with a clear explanation of the process and set reasonable expectations. She is extremely knowledgeable on the current immigration laws and worked tirelessly to achieve a desirable outcome.” “Not only is this […]

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