A Comprehensive reference and treatise, Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations examines thoroughly, with detailed commentary and analysis, the issues confronting a business, from initial promotion and start-up, through governance, financial distress, confrontation and litigation, to dissolution. It answers the most critical questions that arise at a board meeting, discussing internal corporation decisions, and offers advice on external legal issues including advertising, labor and employment, international trade, copyright and intellectual property, bankruptcy, and domestic relations. Written by two leading authorities and boasting over 30 contributing authors who practice variously at large full-service law firms, qin house, q and in smaller specialized firms; Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations is a required resource and reference work for every Minnesota lawyer. Business lawyers and general counsel will find this work indispensable, and lawyers in every area of practice will use this treatise to address common problems arising in the context of the business lives of their clients. Value PackageThe Minnesota rule is similar to the U.S. rule related to assignments of trademarks: In Minnesota, it is impossible to sell or assign a trademark in gross; it must be ... There is authority that trademark law would govern or impact the issue of trade name abandonment. ... St. Paul Inst. of Cosmetology, 237 N.W. 183, 185 (Minn.
|Title||:||Advising Minnesota Corporations and Other Business Organizations - Second Edition|
|Author||:||Roger Magnuson, Richard Saliterman|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2011-10-01|