The Defend Trade Secrets Act And Other Ways You Can Protect Your Business

Posted on: 15 April 2016
If you're a business owner, you know all too well about the dangers of stolen trade secrets or intellectual property. Losing these items could cost you millions of dollars and even bankrupt your business. Thankfully, a new bill could help transform the political landscape and help you avoid these dangers. The Basics Of The Bill The bill, which passed by a unanimous Senate vote, is called the "Defend Trade Secret Act.
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Appealing A Denied Disability Social Security Claim

Posted on: 30 March 2016
If you've recently applied for disability through the US Social Security Administration and it's been denied, there are some steps you can take to appeal the decision. It's important to understand the procedure for appeal so that you can increase your chances of getting the claim approved. Here is some information about the appeals process so that you can be prepared in the event that your claim gets denied. Reconsideration
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Tips For Those Buying Their First Homes

Posted on: 11 February 2016
There are few investments that you can make which are more important than the home you buy. Not surprisingly, there are many people that can start to feel very overwhelmed by this process. For these individuals, it can be difficult to understand the various factors that you must consider when making this purchase. Luckily, you can utilize the following couple of tips to help ensure that your home buying experience goes as smoothly as possible.
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How To Protect Your Auto Accident Injury Settlement From Division As Marital Property

Posted on: 11 February 2016
Eleven states have marital property or community property laws. These laws set forth guidance for dividing all marital property and community assets evenly between both spouses in the case of a divorce, regardless of which party earned the funds or brought the assets into the partnership. There have been a few recent court cases that have settled issues regarding protecting the proceeds of an insurance settlement awarded to one of the marital partners, and keeping the funds from being split with the other spouse during a divorce.
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