Blog: Protecting Businesses and Their Owners
Floyd Smith is an American hero and Veteran of WWII. A few years ago, Floyd was defrauded by a scammer that took advantage of Floyd’s kindness and trusting nature. When it was over, Floyd lost a large portion of his life savings. After realizing that the scammer...
Bankruptcy law permits a debtor to reject an executory contract if, in the debtor’s judgement, the contract is no longer a benefit to the debtor. The question before the Supreme Court was whether the debtor-licensor’s rejection of the trademark licensing agreement deprives the licensee of its rights to use the trademark.
The hearing focused on ways to address fraudulent trademark filings, which have increased, particularly fraudulent filings by companies in China.
THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION IS SENDING OUT NO-MATCH LETTERS – HOW DOES AN EMPLOYER DEAL WITH A NO-MATCH LETTER?
By Greg J. Norys Read the article here. A no-match letter is a notice sent by the Social Security Administration (“SSA”) to employers when an employee’s name and Social Security number do not match. The stated purpose of these letters is to ensure that the Social...
Attorneys at Coleman & Horowitt recently assisted a client in discussions with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regarding compliance with the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program.