Deportation is a very painful event, especially if the individual has tenuous or no ties with his or her country of origin. It is definitely a life-altering event. Many deportees face penalties of 5 years, 10 years or 20 years away from the USA, depending on the particular circumstances of the case and the reason for removal. After the penalty time has passed, some persons may seek to ask the USA government permission to re-enter
La mayoría de los dueños de restaurantes y bares no saben mucho sobre las leyes derechos de autor y propiedad intelectual.  Es simplemente un problema que no está en la parte superior de su lista. Sin embargo, esta falta de desconocimiento en esta area puede ser un error costoso que abogados sin escrúpulos pueden aprovechar. Uno de nuestros clientes llegó con una orden judicial para responder a una demanda de $ 100,000 dólares por infracción
Most business owners do not know much about copyright infringement laws, especially if they are immigrants. It is simply an issue that is not at the top of their list. This lack of unfamiliarity can be a costly mistake that unscrupulous lawyers can take advantage of. One of our clients came with a court order to respond to a $100K lawsuit for copyright infringement that allegedly took place in the little restaurant our client owns.
restaurants, branding and trademarks
All food entrepreneurs know about the importance of branding. Branding, according to the business dictionary is “the process involved in creating a unique name and image for a product or service in the consumers’ mind, mainly through advertising campaigns with a consistent theme. Branding aims to establish a significant and differentiated presence in the market that attracts and retains loyal customers”. The uniqueness of the restaurant is created through branding. Beyond Branding Many food entrepreneurs
Attorney Marcos E. Garciaacosta recommends to be prepared in case your business is subject to a workplace raid by ICE
For Maricopa County, Arizona, worksite raids are part of a painful past. Sheriff Joe Arpaio abused his law enforcement powers and instilled fear in the community, including business owners when acting as an immigration enforcement agent just for electoral purposes until judges ordered him to stop this practice. Voters finally got tired of his antics and the cost to taxpayers, voting him out of the office of Sheriff of Maricopa County on November 2016. Now,
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