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Are non-disclosure agreements necessary?

Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are commonly used to protect company information. These agreements are needed to prevent employees, contracted workers and others from taking private information to other companies or competitors. Non-disclosure agreements are legally binding, and violation of them could result in legal and financial repercussions.

Licensing could be key for business profits

For certain businesses, licensing is a vital part of profit-making. This is especially important for a New Mexico business that will sell merchandise and other products. Illustrating the importance of licensing is the massive amount of profit enjoyed by the NCAA, which amounts to almost $700 million from royalty revenue.

The future of music licensing could change with court hearing

As music has steadily converted to digital formats, the question of licensing has become the source of a major debate in the music industry. The result of this licensing debate will have a major impact for copyright law and digital goods, both inside and outside the music industry. The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet will soon listen to arguments on both sides during a hearing on this subject.

Supreme Court to hear patent protection case involving software

The U.S. Supreme Court will be ruling upon a lawsuit concerning patent protection and computer software.  The case is complex and concerns a patent on a system that would limit risks concerning a party to a derivative trade not following through with its obligations. 

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