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blueBeing Denied Entry into Canada Based on Criminality

     By Sedai Law Office
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) makes it relatively easy for Americans to enter Canada as business visitors or to obtain work permits as intra-company transferees or NAFTA Professionals. One thing that NAFTA does not make easier is criminal inadmissibility.

blueManagement, Maintenance and Rent of Bulgarian Properties

NYD Law - We are a team of professionals with extensive experience in various areas of the civil law including Property, Commercial and Intellectual Property law. Our clients are individuals and companies from all over Europe and enjoy excellent professional service.

blueMortgages in Bulgaria – Specific Issues

The mortgage is generally interest in land given to a creditor by the owners of a property as a guarantee for a loan.

blueRevealing the Mysteries of the Medical Record

As an attorney, any time you or your firm handles a case where health, illness, or injury is an issue you are going to need to review medical records. Whether you are a plaintiff or defense attorney, everyone needs to analyze and understand the contents of the medical record, and face it; they can be extensive and seem like a complex mystery.

greenConstruction Defects Can Be Avoided!

     By MPGroup
In my previous article entitled "Construction Process Can Lead to Defects", I illustrated various aspects of how the construction process may well lead to defects.

greenTackling Unsolicited Electronic Messages in Hong Kong

     By Angela Wang & Co.
Hong Kong like many other open economies is vulnerable to the problems caused by unsolicited electronic messages ("SPAM"). It is estimated that over 60% of all emails received in Hong Kong are UEMs and over 99% of the UEMs come from outside Hong Kong. Recipients of UEMs suffer the inconvenience of work interruptions, additional expenses like wasted fax papers and roaming telephone charges, additional time in sorting spam mails etc.

blueTop 10 Law Firm Practice Areas of Media Interest in 2008

Real estate, government, intellectual property, international, privacy, immigration, trusts & estates, environment, employment and health care are projected to be the top 10 law firm practice areas of interest to the news media in 2008, projects law firm marketing consultant Margaret Grisdela. Plan accordingly!

blueSoftware Protection- India's Adoption of the International Instruments

Software is a product of human intellect and can be rightly termed as “intellectual property.” Considering the very vital role it plays in today’s world economy and development, protection of software is a very crucial issue. There has been a demand worldwide for the protection of software.

blueTrademark Registration India

     By Trustman & Co
It is not any trade mark which is registrable, to be registrable the mark should be distinctive and should not be similar to any other trade mark registered for the same or similar goods or used by a competitor whether registered or not. In the case of a similar mark used by a competitor but not registered difficulties for registration will arise only if the owner of the mark chooses to oppose the registration.

blueTrademark Law India

     By Trustman & Co
Trade Mark s a visual symbol in the form of a word, a device, or a label applied to articles of commerce with a view to indicate to the purchasing public that they are the goods manufactured or otherwise dealt in by a particular person as distinguished from similar goods manufactured or dealt in by other persons. A person who sells his goods under a particular trade mark acquires a sort of limited exclusive right to use of the mark in relation to those goods.

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