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  • So You Think You Can Use Your Trademark Outside the U.S.?

    This article provides an introduction to the benefits and pitfalls of international trademark protection, with a brief discussion of recent developments in China and Canada.

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  • Patent Marking

    Labeling a patented product with a patent number is called “patent marking.” There is no requirement to mark your patented products, however, failure to mark can limit the amount of money (damages) you would be awarded in a lawsuit for patent infringement.

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  • Current State of Patent Eligibility and Potential Reform

    Will there be patent eligibility reform following the Senate Committee hearings? Kelsey Kehoe identifies major points of contention during the hearings including the patentability of human genes, whether proposed changes would require unnecessarily detailed invention descriptions, the bill’s proposed definition of “useful,” and the bill’s proposed language within § 100(k). 

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  • Guide to Doing Business in Vermont

    Downs Rachlin Martin has compiled a guide to doing business in Vermont. Helpful to out-of-state and foreign businesses, topics include: laws regarding business entities, taxation, real estate, employment, financing and more.

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  • How New Markets Tax Credits Attract Philanthropic Investors

    What do a foreign-based manufacturer, an historic downtown building and a regional mental health services provider have in common?  They all have taken advantage of the federal New Markets Tax Credit program and DRM assistance to invest in their future.

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  • New Markets Tax Credits Target Developments in Need

    The New Markets Tax Credits were recently re-authorized by Congress in the “Fiscal Cliff” settlement at the end of 2012. The tax credits allow investors – an…

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  • The Reconciliation Act of 2017

    The new tax act signed into law in December of 2017 will probably be known as “The Reconciliation Act of 2017” and it may have an impact on your estate plan. 

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  • Guide to Doing Business in Vermont

    Downs Rachlin Martin has compiled a guide to doing business in Vermont. Helpful to out-of-state and foreign businesses, topics include: laws regarding business entities, taxation, real estate, employment, financing and more.

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  • Keeping the Vacation Home in the Family

    Vacation homes are often viewed as family treasures that the current generation hopes to pass to future generations. Trust and estates attorney Thomas Csatari writes about planning options to accomplish this.

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