Archive for November, 2016

Slip and fall accidents are the responsibility of the property owner. Learn more about your rights today. Do you have questions about personal injury law? Slip and fall accidents are unpredictable and can sometimes be fatal. The legal remedies available are unique to the specific accident. For example, you are walking in the mall and […]

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Can a Corporate Law Attorney Help a Medium Sized Business?

November 22nd, 2016 by Wilbanks Law Firm

Got a medium-sized business? A corporate law attorney can help you grow. When a company is starting up, the owners may not feel the pressure to hire a corporate law attorney. Their only interaction with lawyers at this point could be minimal, involving mostly the signing of the legal documents that affect the business and […]

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Should I Hire a Patent Litigation Attorney Before I Need One?

November 14th, 2016 by Wilbanks Law Firm

A patent litigation attorney can ensure your patent filings are proper and ready to stand up to challenges. Although the U.S Patent and Trademark Office doesn’t require business owners to have a patent litigation attorney to file a patent, there are numerous reasons why you should hire an attorney before you need one. Most business […]

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How Trademark Attorneys Can Keep You Out Of Trouble

November 7th, 2016 by Wilbanks Law Firm

Trademark attorneys are your first line of defense against infringement. Most people believe they don’t need a trademark attorney until they are faced with a lawsuit. But in truth, an attorney can help with so much more than just a suit. In some cases, spending a few minutes with a trademark attorney can take you […]

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