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By WORLDLawDirect [September 15th, 2023]
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By WORLDLawDirect [February 6th, 2023]
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By WORLDLawDirect [February 27th, 2019]
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By WORLDLawDirect [April 10th, 2018]
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By WORLDLawDirect [January 28th, 2018]
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By WORLDLawDirect [January 21st, 2018]
By all means–we would like to hear from you. You may submit information anonymously or you may request your name and/or email, or any other information, .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [January 20th, 2018]
When you purchase our products you receive up-to-date, high quality forms approved and adopted for use in all relevant courts. You may also obtain information on filing and serving the documents when necessary. There's no waiting-our forms are available for instant downloading. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [January 12th, 2018]
May any document be notarized? For a document to be notarized, it must contain: (1) text committing the signer in some way; (2) an original signature (in the presence of the notary) of the document signer; and (3) a notarial certificate that may appear on the document itself or on an attachment. The Notary fills in the certificate, signs and dates it, then applies his or her seal to complete the notarization. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
U.S. President Barack Obama signed the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (PACT) Act, legislation to regulate the sale of tobacco products over the Internet and through the mail. The PACT Act makes it harder for vendors to avoid paying federal, state, and local taxes and forces internet retailers to comply with other regulations of tobacco products, including selling to minors. .... >> MORE

By Sharon Housley [October 15th, 2016]
In practice, while your feed might legally be protected, you could literally spend weeks attempting to protect the contents of your feed. Legal gray areas are introduced with Search Engines indexing feeds and RSS Feed Directories including copywritten feeds, in their categorized directories. How do you distinguish between a legitimate search engine, RSS directory and someone simply reproducing the contents of a feed for personal gain? Legally how can you defend against one and not the other? .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs) are all over the Internet, and while it's possible that some do make a little money, normally they are illegal scams. An HYIP would typically promise ridiculous returns as high as 50% a month or more. If you have done any traditional investing (stocks, bonds, options, etc.), then you know that even 50% a year is extremely difficult to attain. Any investor should be very suspicious of an opportunity that offers such a return. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO or USPTO) is an agency in the United States Department of Commerce that issues patents to inventors and businesses for their inventions, and trademark registration for product and intellectual property identification. The USPTO cooperates with the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Japan Patent Office (JPO) as one of the Trilateral Patent Offices. The USPTO is also a Receiving Office, an International Searching Authority and an International Preliminary Examination Authority for international patent applications filed in accordance with the Patent Cooperation Treaty. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
The U.S. Constitution and state and federal statutes and regulations play important roles in addressing the various legal issues that arise when adults try to protect children from what is considered inappropriate sexually explicit material or experiences on the Internet. Federal and state laws, including laws that apply to the Internet, are there to deal with child pornography and obscenity by forbidding the production, distribution, and, in the case of child pornography, possession of these materials. Anything considered obscene with respect to minors is regulated for children but not for adults. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
For most trademarks already in use, federal registration is a relatively straightforward process. You use a simple two-sided form provided by the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO). If you are applying to register your mark on the basis of its intended use, then you need not provide the samples or the date of first use, but you can't complete your registration until you put your mark into actual use and file some additional paperwork with the PTO. .... >> MORE

By WORLDLawDirect [October 15th, 2016]
Consumers and government regulators are looking at web sites to determine how well business protects consumer privacy. The first thing they look for is a prominently posted and clearly written privacy policy. The Online Privacy Alliance ( encourages all commercial web sites to post such policies. A good privacy policy informs consumers about what information the web site collects and what they do with that information once it is collected. .... >> MORE