Are California wineries rivaling their big business counterparts in Europe? A recent business acquisition by Pernod Ricard, a French wine and spirits conglomerate, suggests that California’s winemakers were doing something right.
April 2014 Archives
The next time you sign up for a rewards program offered by a retailer, or actually “like” a product on Facebook, you may be forfeiting your right to bring a lawsuit against them. According to a recent New York Times article, a growing number of companies in California and across the United States are using this tactic as a possible way to insulate themselves from the possibility of class action lawsuits.
In the world of intellectual property and trademark laws, much is at stake. A company's reputation can be deeply damaged if a competitor infringes on intellectual property or otherwise unfairly competes. These disputes can arise in a wide variety of circumstances, and many businesses are caught off guard. It helps to have legal support with experience in protecting profits by stopping unfair competition in all its forms.
You may not have noticed it the last time you went to the mall, but traditional brick and mortar retailers are having a difficult time. The proliferation of online retailers is taking a bite out of the marketplace previously dominated by retailers with physical locations. Examples of this can be seen with a number of stores.