The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) has provided two loan options to support small businesses: The Disaster Assistance Loan and the Payroll Protection Program. Let’s break down the two and see how they might...
The coronavirus situation took the world by storm. It’s affecting creative businesses as events are canceled and orders slow down. But resources exist to help businesses through this situation and grow in the long-term. We’ve...
California AB5 creates a new set of rules for California companies that work with contractors. The law changes who qualifies as a contractor and who does not. Thus, every company in California must understand the...
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A California trademark provides trademark protection within the state of California. This may be useful for your business. Many people know that they can register their mark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, but fewer people know that California has...read more
A trademark specimen is required if you want to have your trademark registered with the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). The trademark specimen tells the USPTO how you are using your trademark with your goods or services. Understanding how to...read more
This Trademark Office Action Response Cheatsheet helps you get back on track. The United States Patent & Trademark Office (the USPTO) issues trademark Office Actions when they find a problem with a trademark application. If you received a trademark Office Action,...read more
When an emergency arises, you can negotiate to defer payments. In some cases, you may not have to pay anything at all. In this video, we discuss what payments you can defer (e.g. rent, loans, etc.) and give you tips on how to negotiate successfully. It all starts with...read more