Monthly Archives: January 2014

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Copyright on Retail Lighting Designs

Florida retailers need to be mindful of how intellectual property affects their business. Intellectual property encompasses trademarks—the brand names used to identify retailers and merchandise—as well as patents and copyrights. You might think copyrights are only an issue when dealing … Continue reading

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Enforcing Employee “Non-Compete” Agreements In Florida

Florida law permits employment contracts that contain “non-compete” or similar restrictive covenants in order to protect the employer’s “legitimate business interests.” A non-compete agreement might, for example, restrict an employee from leaving and working for a direct competitor for a … Continue reading

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