Blurred what?!?

Two weeks, a jury awarded Marvin Gaye’s family approximately $7.4 million in damages after a federal court found that Pharrell Williams’ and Robin Thicke’s song “Blurred Lines” had infringed upon

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“What is a Benefit Corporation? Should I form one?”

What is a B Corp? Generally, a benefit corporation (commonly called a B Corp) is a corporate entity type that allows the B Corp’s management to make corporate decisions based

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Moisan Legal Goes to SXSW

Sending thanks to the clients, old friends and new friends that we interacted with at SxSw. Special thanks to YEC for throwing an epic event, check out a summary here.

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Moisan Legal Client Opens Video Art Installation

Congratulations to Marie Vic, who recently opened her show, entitled “Blowing Riccardo”, a multi-screen video art installation on the traveling life of fashion collections, and hosted by Hotel Particulier. Marie’s

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When Have You First Used Your Trademark for Registration?

Once you have decided upon a trademark and had an attorney run clearance searches, you may apply to register the trademark under one of two filing bases. You may either

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Hiring Your First Employee

Is He or She actually an “Employee”, or an “Independent Contractor”? After you start your business, you will eventually need to hire someone to help you with the work. This

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Investing in Film – Security Law Implications

The film industry and investors alike were put on notice recently due to the ruling of U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest, who dismissed a major lawsuit against Paramount Pictures. Specifically,

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