Waiver I-212: Permission to Reapply for a Visa After Deportation

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…

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Intellectual Property: The Ingredient Food Entrepreneurs Should Not Miss

Restaurants owners and food entrepreneurs must consider to trademark their valuable brands and protect all intellectual property.

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Now You Can Trademark Cannabis Products and Services, with Limitations

You now can trademark cannabis products and services but with important limitations.

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Can You Trademark Recipes? Fire Cider Demonstrates Why it is Problematic

The New York Times frequently publishes stories about intellectual property.  Even though there is a small percentage of lawyers that practice and are experts in this field, the impact of intellectual property is increasing in the economies and markets. This past Sunday (March, 17th, 2019) the NYT printed and posted online this article about the perils of trademarking recipes and generic names, in this case, an herbal drink called Fire Cider. Fire Cider is a…

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