Protection for Small Businesses covers two main topics:
Uniform Commercial Code, or UCC and, Intellectual Property Protection
The UCC are the uniformly accepted rules pertaining to, among other issues, contracts, leases, bank deposits and collections, letters of credit, documents of title, investment securities and secured transactions. Although not a discussion of contract law, these rules describe how the rules of contracts and such act to protect both buyer and seller. A violation of these rules can change the outcome of any litigation which may arise.
Intellectual Property Protection address, Patent, Trade Mark, Trade Name and Copyright and the rights of the property owner in protecting their unauthorized use, duplication or misrepresentation of the property owner’s business name.
Fee: No Cost