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Super Lawyers for 2022 Named

Law 4 Small Business Attorneys Honored Once again, all of Law 4 Small Business’s Partners and half of our Associate Attorneys were named to this prestigious list. What is Super Lawyers? “Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition […]

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What is a Pyramid Scheme and How Can I Recognize One?

A pyramid scheme is an illegal business model that instead of supplying investments or sale of products or services, as with a legitimate company, recruits members with a promise of payments for enrolling other into the pyramid scheme.  As the name implies, as recruiting increases and multiplies, new recruiting quickly becomes impossible.   Some multi-level […]

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Why is there Tissue Paper in Law Office Conference Rooms?

Have you ever wondered why almost all law firm conference rooms have tissue paper centered in the middle of the conference room table? Our conference room is not too different from the one pictured (although our conference room is a bit higher-end).In a lawyers’ office, however, the tissue paper isn’t there to erase dry marker […]

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Considering a Cannabis Business in NM?

Attorney Larry Donahue set to be a Guest Speaker at local Expo. The Lucky Leaf Cannabis Conference will be making a stop in New Mexico on February 25th & 26th. Business owners and entrepreneurs interested in expanding into the arena of legalized cannabis sales will find the event full of important and helpful information. The […]

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Can I Register a Disparaging Trademark?

The Lanham Act (the federal statute that governs trademarks) states: No trademark by which the goods of the applicant may be distinguished from the goods of others shall be refused registration on the principal register on account of its nature unless it— (a) Consists of or comprises immoral, deceptive, or scandalous matter; or matter which […]

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What are the 6 Steps to Building Legal Resilience?

Sign up for the free workshop to learn more! L4SB has partnered with SCORE Business ownership typically involves a steep learning curve, especially in the early stages. We’ll cover key business concepts, the questions to ask yourself, and local resources that can help. REGISTER Today! Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB). A little law now […]

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What is Cyberquatting?

Cybersquatting is registering or otherwise using a website domain with bad faith attempt to derive benefit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to someone else.  This started when the internet started to get so large in the 1990s, where it was a free-for-all where people started registering so many domains.  Oftentimes, the cybersquatter then […]

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Cyber Holiday Sale All Week Long!

It’s Not Too Late to Save! Our Cyber Holiday Sale continues all week long! Now is your chance to give your business, (and yourself) a gift that will keep on giving. Form a company Move a company to a different state Consult with an Attorney File a trademark Have a contract reviewed by an Attorney….and […]

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Non-Compete? Not so fast — Why your non-compete could be non-enforceable

If you’ve ever been an employee — or an employer — then you’ve probably run across a non-compete provision. Formally titled an “Agreement Not to Compete”, these agreements are meant to prohibit employees (or, in rarer cases, independent contractors) from engaging in any activity that might be deemed competitive with their employer. Some non-competes only […]

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