Registering Your Trademark Offers Protection and Peace of Mind

Posted On September 26, 2014 by Lee Kirner

Lately we have had a number of clients approach wondering whether they should file for federal or state…

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Designing A Credit Application That Works For Your Business (And Not Your Customer)

Posted On September 19, 2014 by Bruce Akerly

Few customers offer to pay in cash.  Most want some form of credit.  What credit you extend results…

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Bankruptcy Court’s Equitable Powers Not Unlimited

Posted On May 11, 2014 by Bruce Akerly

Lest we forget, the U.S. Supreme Court recently reminds us that Bankruptcy Courts, unlike other federal courts, are…

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Responding to Preference Demand Letters- a Primer

Posted On May 5, 2014 by Bruce Akerly

A debtor’s bankruptcy is never a good thing (usually it means little or no payments on the debt…

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Is a Credit Cap Bid in Your Future?

Posted On February 25, 2014 by Bruce Akerly

In a much criticized decision, a bankruptcy court in Delaware recently held that cause existed to limit a…

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