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Kameron is an experienced business law and intellectual property attorney. With a technical background gained as a chemical engineer, Kameron uses his varied skills to provide general counsel and start-up services to many local and regional companies.

Co-working Agreements

These days, flexibility is the name of the game when it comes to working in a wide range of industries. Inspired by companies like Impact Hub and WeWork, entrepreneurs and building owners (or even tenants) with extra space are looking to cash in on the co-working space movement. While entering the shared space industry involves […]

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Moving your LLC: Options to Consider

When you’re a business owner (owning an LLC for example) and you’re looking to move to another state, a huge concern will be how to deal with your LLC in the move.  When considering moving your LLC it is important to consider all options available. You typically have two options, or possibly three options to consider […]

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Copyright Law and The Phillie Phanatic Lawsuit

The Philadelphia Phillies’ mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, may soon not be the property of the Phillies.  How and why this could be are interesting questions that teach us a part of copyright law that not everyone is aware of.  A little background regarding the Phillie Phanatic is appropriate, but I don’t want to get hung […]

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Terms & Conditions for your Website

These days, creating a website is easier than ever with website building platforms like WordPress and Wix. For business owners, a professional, enticing, and functional website is crucial for attracting and retaining clientele. But apart from the creative content that draws in customers (think: product descriptions, company bio, and images), websites should also include terms […]

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Using a DMCA Agent to Limit Liability

Reading opinions submitted in the comment section of a digital newspaper article makes for a richer and more interactive experience compared to a traditional printed publication. Sure, a printed newspaper might include an opinion section, but even if the opinions were submitted the day before, they’re stale compared to the real-time content in a digital […]

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Pro Forma Financial Statements

For business owners, making decisions about business operations and the company’s trajectory can be exciting, but it also comes with uncertainty. For example, say your company wants to expand and is considering purchasing land for a new manufacturing facility. Or your company is considering refinancing debt in response to low interest rates. Whatever the business […]

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OSU’s Confusing Trademark Application

Ohio State University has filed a trademark application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for “THE,” in international class 25 for use on clothing, namely, t-shirts, baseball caps, and hats.  Ohio State has frequently, much to the chagrin of anyone who did not attend the university, referred to it as “The Ohio State […]

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Likelihood of Confusion in Trademarks

For many businesses, brand name protection is one of their most important assets. Brands helps customers identify a particular business as the source of that business’s goods or services. And once consumers find a brand they like, they’re loyal to it. Take Corona, for example. Come Cinco de Mayo every year in the U.S., you […]

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Rolling Forward with Your Food Truck Idea

It usually goes something like this: while visiting a friend in Portland, you stopped by one of the city’s 50+ food cart pods the day it wasn’t raining and about midway through your $9 latin-roasted chicken with chimichurri and crispy potatoes so delicious you think it must have been prepared by a Peruvian god, it […]

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