Selecting a name for your new North Carolina business is one of the most important initial decisions that you will make. Why? If you simply select a name without performing any clearance, there is a good chance that another business will contact you and demand that you stop using your name because it is too close to the name of that other business or to the name of similar products or services offered by that business.read more
Rights of publicity, rights of privacy, and defamation are closely related to copyright and trademark law and are governed primarily by state, rather than federal law.read more
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