Trump has pledged to pay at least $430,000 to cover his staff's Russia-related legal bills
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
President Donald Trump plans to spend at least $430,000 of his own money to help cover his staff's legal bills related to the Russia investigation.
Tulane, Southern law clinics offer entrepreneurs intellectual property help
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
One of the biggest obstacles for startups is protecting their intellectual property, or more accurately finding the money to hire an attorney to help them do that.
Southern University, Tulane law schools offer entrepreneurs free patent, trademark legal help
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One of the biggest obstacles startups face is protecting their intellectual property, but new law clinics at Southern University and Tulane University plan to change that by providing free legal
California law could set new standard for pet stores
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With Connecticut having tightened the leash in the past few years on both animal shelters and pet stores, legislators held open the possibility the state will go a step further and match California's landmark law enacted last week, requiring pet stores to sell "rescue" dogs, cats and bunnies. In mid-October, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law an act that requires pet stores to sell only dogs, cats and rabbits obtained by shelters or other nonprofit animal rescue organizations.
Tajikistan: Business Rival of President?s Son-in-Law Neutralized
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BUSINESS : BUSINESS LAW
The owner of a leading chain of gas filling stations in Tajikistan is reportedly facing criminal prosecution, thereby clearing the path for a commercial rival who happens to be the son-in-law of Presi