What Authors and Publishers Need to Know About Copyright and Other Legal Issues - Intellectual Property
Maria Crimi Speth spoke at the Book Street Cafe and the webinar is available now for you to view! In the webinar she outlines the four main areas of intellectual property law and the interplay between those areas-all as it relates to publishers and authors. Go to bookstreetcafe.com to check … Read More
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CEO Space - Intellectual Property
Maria Crimi Speth continues to teach a course on trademarks, copyright and patent law at CEO Space's educational retreats, which are currently being offered five times per year. To learn more about CEO Space, visit ceospaceaz.net. Contact Maria at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Intellectual Property Law
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No one wants to contemplate becoming seriously ill or disabled, but the reality is this difficult subject needs to be addressed with spouses, significant others and family members. It is important to make decisions regarding what wishes are while healthy. The Arizona Secretary of State allows you to register, free of charge, living wills and medical power of attorneys on their web site. Simply go to … Read More
It is a common misconception that a seller's completion of the Arizona Association of Realtor's Seller Property Disclosure Statement ("SPDS") is required by law and will eliminate litigation regarding non-disclosure. The Arizona Association of Realtor's form residential purchase contract—the most commonly used form purchase contract in the state— requires the seller to complete and deliver a SPDS … Read More
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The Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) is considering adding Migraines, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Depression to the list of debilitating conditions that qualify individuals for a Medical Marijuana card. All three medical conditions have been through a review process and the AZDHS will be deciding whether to include them after a public hearing which will … Read More
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This is not only a common legal question but also a great question as the answer is - it depends!
A domain name simply is an address on the Internet. Computers find web addresses by a series of numbers known as an IP address. To make the process more user friendly, the numbers are matched to words that, hopefully, can be easily remembered. The best and most valuable domain names are very … Read More
It is not essential that you ever appear in Court (or before a Judge) in your divorce case. In the vast majority of cases, the parties never appear in court for any hearings or a trial on the merits.
Maricopa County cases typically require a simple status conference - known as a Resolution Management Conference ("RMC"). This is merely an opportunity for the Court to become familiar with your case and … Read More
In order to qualify for modification of your child support obligation, Arizona Revised Statute §25-327 requires changed circumstances that are considered both substantial and ongoing. Typically, from a mathematical point of view, a 15% change is generally regarded as satisfying this requirement - whether an increase or a decrease.
Typically, child support may be modified when one or more of the following … Read More
In Arizona, child support is calculated pursuant to the Arizona Child Support Guidelines under Arizona Revised Statute §25-320. However, it is the data inserted into the Guideline calculation which will determine the amount of child support to be paid.
There are a number of variables which will determine the ultimate child support amount. The following factors are typically considered:Income of each party; … Read More