• Posts Tagged ‘limited liability company’

    Be Careful What You Wish For

    by  • January 23, 2017 • trademark • 0 Comments

    To “plead yourself out of court” is to state facts in a complaint that mean you have already lost. Something like, in a personal injury case, saying “I rear-ended him because he stopped at a red light” would do it. In Reynolds v. Banks it’s not quite exactly that, but pretty darn close. Sandra...

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    Remember the Details

    by  • October 13, 2014 • copyright • 0 Comments

    This case demonstrates why you follow up to make sure tasks get completed. Sometimes it’s the little details that get you … Vincent Heck is the sole member of plaintiff Clarity Software LLC, a company that distributes software. Heck wrote the original software, owned a couple of companies and licensed the software to those...

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    A Sensible Decision

    by  • July 16, 2014 • trademark • 1 Comment

    John Welch at the must-read site The TTABlog published a post about a recent ownership decision, Conolty v. Conolty O’Connor NYC LLC. The gist is that two women started a business without any formal business structure, one of the women, O’Connor, formed the defendant LLC as a single member limited liability company, and the...

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