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Yearly Archives from 2019

Supreme Court Rules You Must Have a Registered Copyright to Sue for Infringement

Copyright is automatic. The second you create a unique work, you own the copyright for that work. You do not have to apply to own the copyright. You do not have to register. You do not really have to do much of anything. Of course, that is just what is required for holding the copyright. However, if you want to sue for copyright infringement, the requirements change. At that point, you do need a copyright […]

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What Are the Options Beyond the H-1B?

Unfortunately, some new H-1B petitions will not be accepted this year or might not get approved. I explore the options beyond the H-1B with my clients. But I’m so passionate about helping our clients achieve their immigration goals that I took the time to write a book about it. My book, Beyond the H-1B: A Guide to Work Visa Options for Employers, Foreign Nationals, and Graduating Students, is designed to help readers understand the most […]

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Giselle Carson on WJXT’s Segment “The Year of the Woman in Politics”

On WJXT’s morning show segment “The Year of the Woman in Politics”, Giselle shared her insight on the impact women have in politics. She also discussed two local events that have a powerful effect on her and other women in the community, Generation W and Nine in 15’s recent tribute to Women in Politics. Watch the video.

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Things You Cannot Copyright

Advancements in internet and new media technology have given rise to information and creative materials spreading faster and wider than ever before in history. In turn, the sheer amount of copyright-protected material has increased exponentially. Not surprisingly, litigation pertaining to copyright violations has exploded over the last decade as well. However, there are still a few areas to which copyright protection does not extend.   Before contacting the U.S. Copyright Office, there are two primary […]

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Giselle Carson on “This Week in Jacksonville”

Giselle Carson recently appeared on WJXT’s “This Week in Jacksonville” to discuss the potential E-Verify requirement in Florida. Watch the video!

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Tips for Business Owners: Check These Things Before Deciding on a Business Name

Choosing a company name can be one of the most exciting decisions you make when bringing a business to life – but it can also be one of the most difficult. There is certainly more to it than tossing around catchy names until one sticks. It should be relevant, recognizable, easy to remember… and easy to spell. And of course, it has to be unique. Develop a short list of name variations so you don’t […]

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