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How to buy an existing domain name

A customized website domain name can (a) assist in marketing efforts, (b) help develop brand identity and (c) provide fast and easy access to prospective customers.  But what if the domain name you want is already taken? You may be weighing the costs of buying that perfect Web domain for your small or medium-sized business

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Is M.I.A. morally accountable to the NFL for her Super Bowl performance?

Two years ago, the NFL launched a behind-the-scenes, $1.5 million arbitration proceeding against recording artist M.I.A. for flipping the bird during the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show. Now, the League wants an additional $15.1 million in damages for the hand gesture.  M.I.A.’s response papers filed last week argue that the NFL’s increased price tag lacks

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Frank Ocean checks out of lawsuit with Chipotle

Chipotle is suing Frank Ocean in Los Angeles.  The R&B singer-songwriter backed out of his contract to record a cover of the Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory classic “Pure Imagination” for the fast casual restaurant chain’s advertising campaign. Ocean contends that he had a right to walk away and keep the cash, but the

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What’s an Option Agreement?

You’ve written a screenplay and it’s garnered some interest. You’ve read a script; you think it’s the next Big Box Office smash and you want to produce it.  What’s the next step? Typically, your next step is to consider something called an Option Agreement. An Option Agreement is simply a contract between the original owner

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6 Tips for Reviewing Your Contract

So You’ve Been Asked to Sign an Agreement? What’s the Next Step? In today’s business world, you may be asked to sign contracts regularly.  Whether you’re presented with an employment agreement or a commercial lease; an LLC operating agreement or a purchase contract; a licensing deal or an agreement for personal services; regardless of the

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