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President Trump Calls for Protection of Intellectual Property

Intellectual property is an asset that is extremely valuable to a company and something that is very important to protect with the help of a business litigation law firm.

During his first State of the Union speech last month, President Donald Trump said he would protect American intellectual property. Although his administration has in the past accused China of trade abuses, President Trump did not directly mention the country in his speech, CNBC said.

According to the National Crime Prevention Council, more than 45 percent of all U.S. businesses have reported losses due to intellectual property theft, and the cost to companies is estimated at $250 billion a year.

The business litigation attorneys at PPK Law Firm in Miami counsel clients in domestic and worldwide protection and intellectual property risk management matters, including copyright, trademark, service marks, trade dress, trade secret, and internet-related issues.

President Trump said in his speech that “fair and reciprocal” trade was necessary, and that America would work to fix bad trade deals and negotiate new ones.

“We will protect American workers and American intellectual property, through strong enforcement of our trade rules,” he said.

In addition to chastising China for their unfair trade practices, President Trump has criticized trade agreements like the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico (NAFTA) and the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and South Korea.

Since President Trump was inaugurated last year, he has imposed tariffs on imported goods such as solar panels and washing machines and is considering new quotas on steel and aluminum.

In November 2017, President Trump told world business leaders at a forum in Vietnam, “We are not going to let the United States be taken advantage of anymore.

“I am always going to put America first, the same way that I expect all of you in this room to put your countries first,” he said.

At the same meeting, President Xi Jinping of China called for globalization and more open relations among countries.

An Intellectual Property Guide For Entrepreneurs

How are you protecting your business assets and intellectual property rights – the backbone of your business? The team at Miami Business Litigation has you covered, and check out these guidelines for the basics behind filing property protections and how it impacts your rights…

“Intellectual property is any invention or piece of original work you’ve personally developed, such as your business’s name, logo, products, marketing materials and designs. Protecting your intellectual property helps prevent others from using or copying it, and if someone does copy it, you have recourse…” [ Read more here ]

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Global Antitrust Attack Targeting Intellectual Property Rights

global antitrust attacking intellectual property Are your intellectual property rights under attack? There’s an ongoing dispute regarding the future of antitrust laws and how the international community should be policing, as reported on by Forbes:

“There is a disturbing trend among international antitrust authorities: using antitrust laws to devalue intellectual property rights, to intervene in favor of one side or another in licensing disputes, and to impose unwarranted extra-jurisdictional remedies on patent licensing (i.e., foreign governments telling U.S. companies how to price U.S. and other foreign patents). This trend is a serious problem for innovation, economic growth, and consumers…” [ Read more here ]

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Aims To Tackle Intellectual Property

Intellectual property crime has been plaguing businesses around the world for years, and it’s a problem that doesn’t seem to have an end in sight. The property being stolen can sink a business, and it’s innovations in a heartbeat. Protect your business interests with the professional legal assistance from Pollack, Pollack & Kogan.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is gearing up for a briefing, where they are expected to announce plans to crack down on international intellectual property theft crimes… “Nearly 600 participants from more than 60 countries will focus on evolving crime trends in areas such as illicit trafficking on the Internet, as well as on protecting the public from potentially harmful products…” [ Read more here ]

From Large To Small, Why You Business Needs A Legal Advisor

The size of your business is irrelevant, if you’re planning on building a successful platform, there will undoubtedly be legal needs in today’s world. Trust in the experts at Pollack, Pollack & Kogan to protect your interests…

“You can download legal forms from the internet or Google topics about a potential lawsuit, but any small business is one lawsuit away from being out of business. Instead of putting your legal future in the hands of search engine hire an expert, who know small business law…” [ Read more here ]

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protect your business assets and investments with pollack polllack & koganIf you own a business, or are planning on starting up your future with one, it’s essential to employ the professional help of Pollack, Pollack & Kogan to protect your assets and property. Legal needs are sure to be on your horizon as succeeding in today’s world is sure to throw you some roadblocks – contact Miami Business Litigation today, and follow them on Twitter to keep up with the latest news and updates.

 

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Lawsuits And Scandals Force New CEO Hire At Uber

uber lawsuits spark ceo search Uber’s repeated lawsuits and scandals have plagued the company for months, and landing a blow just recently as they are now looking to replace their CEO, Travis Kalanick. “As Business Insider and other news outlets have reported, Uber’s board has been meeting since Friday to try and pick a new CEO.  Should the board come to an agreement, the new CEO could be announced to employees next week, some sources say….” [ Read more here ]