Despite some apparent setbacks in other regions of the country, Northeast states and businesses are well on the way to “reopening” after the initial phase of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. You probably do not need yet another law firm memorandum
June 10, 2020 Stepping Up to 21st Century Trade Secret Protection ©2020. Published in Landslide, Vol. 12, No. 5, May/June 2020, by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be
Scott Kislin, Of Counsel, updates answers some frequently asked questions regarding the mechanics of loan proceeds and loan forgiveness applications under the government’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Scott Kislin walks small business owners through the Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness application.
*FYI – Scott updated this at ndgallilaw.com/2020/05/28/paycheck-protection-update/
As the government continues to pass laws addressing the coronavirus pandemic, we try to sort out the confusion among many as to how these laws can help Americans.
Planning for Growth: Crucial Areas for Proactive Risk Management Good lawyers understand that not all risk can be, or even should be, eliminated. As time and resources are always limited, organizations should be focusing on risk management in areas that
Legal “Aid”: Tackling Your Business Goals in 2020 If you are like us, you are using the start of the year to establish business goals for the coming year. Legal considerations should be part of your planning process even (and especially)
This month, entrepreneurship has been on my mind more than ever. First, I’ve been finalizing plans for Women Owned Law’s inaugural Symposium on Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Law (fantastic line up of speakers announced soon). Second, I’ve had several conversations recently with women lawyers
Too Little, Too Late: The Need for Better Legal Protection for Women Owned Businesses One of the great things about having my own firm is that I get to work with all sizes of businesses, from startup/early-stage businesses to large
All in the Family: Common Intellectual Property Issues in Family-Owned Businesses Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about family-owned businesses, perhaps because this summer I spent a lot of time with my family, including on our family vacation this month. One
Women Entrepreneurs in the Law Since I became an entrepreneur, July has been a time of reflection for me. Not only is it halfway through the year, but it is also the anniversary month of my firm, which celebrates its 4th
Reflections on the Tory Burch Fellowship Since I launched my firm almost four years ago, I have had the great pleasure of meeting and working with numerous entrepreneurs, particularly other women. I have found the energy, drive and enthusiasm for making
Lost Marie Curies & Hidden Figures: Unpacking the Story Behind the Lack of Women Inventors Last month, we reported on the recent findings issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) about women inventors, which showed that women are named
Since March is Women’s History Month, it seemed fitting to review and discuss the recent report on the status of women patent inventors over the past forty years, which was released by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”). The USPTO’s research
I have the pleasure of serving as one of the Equity Champions for Burford Capital’s groundbreaking Equity Project, which is designed to create an economic incentive to change the gender gap in the law. Burford, a leading global finance firm focused on
In my practice, I have many opportunities to educate business people (as well as lawyers and business advisors) on intellectual property (IP). The myths and misconceptions about IP are seemingly limitless. Even the basic terminology and definitions are confusing for most. For example,