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What is the difference between Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws?

Florida Today (Originally Published in Florida Today) Business Q&A By Edward J. Kinberg The basic difference is pretty simple. Articles of Incorporation are public records, Bylaws are not. In Florida, most businesses must file some sort of organizational document with the Secretary of State’s Office before starting to do business in the State. For a […]

5 Myths about Intellectual Property

For the most part, people don’t set out to “steal” someone else’s property or creative ideas, but they are often inspired by what they see or what they’ve heard, which in turn leads them down a sometimes daunted path of inappropriate business dealings equating to the loss of their business, fines, fees and even bankruptcy. […]

How Do You Protect a Trade Secret?

Everyone knows the best way to protect valuables from thieves is to simply lock valuables in a safe or deposit the valuables in the banks.  This is assuming your valuables are tangible items.  What if the valuable is non-tangible?  How then is one supposed to secure it from being stolen? Non-tangible valuables like company trade […]

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