As you probably know, I spent the last 18 days in training, and when I came back, I immediately jumped into a meeting with a potential client. And it turned out to be a very fruitful discussion: I ended up being hired to do some reorganization of their business entities, set up a separate entity for one of the subsidiaries, and also to prepare documents needed to have his partners go their separate ways regarding one of the projects that they have currently.
I was also retained to respond to a cease-and-desist letter regarding a trademark infringement from a large corporation we all know. As I explained to him, this is how large corporations work. They are serious about protecting their intellectual property and anything that may even potentially dilute their brand. Thus, they routinely send out these types of letters, whether or not legally, if it is an infringement.
As an ordinary business owner (with extraordinary skills, of course), they should also treat their intellectual property the same way as well. They need to be very protective of their trademarks, copyrighted materials, and even their patents. Business owners need to be serious about their IP assets because they often are very valuable business assets that we own so we should protect them with vigor.
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