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  • How to Protect Your Trademark Rights

    Once you register a trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you must take care to protect your trademark rights. If you fail to use the trademark, or if you fail to prevent others from using your mark, you could lose your rights. USPTO does not police your mark, nor does it enfo... Read more

  • Workplace Bullying: You Don’t Have to Take It

    Bullying is something most of us have to deal with as children, either on the playground or in grade school. Some might argue that bullying builds character and prepares you for the “real world” and all of its injustices. That may be so, but what happens when bullying continues long after you ha... Read more

  • GetLegal Moves to New Headquarters in Downtown Fort Worth

    GetLegal opens the doors to its new Downtown Fort Worth headquarters this week. GetLegal’s new location is just north of I-30 in the Frost Bank Building of The Summit Office Park. Here is our new street and mailing address: 1300 Summit Avenue Suite 670 | Map Fort Worth, TX 76102 Our main p... Read more

  • Why You Should Contact a Lawyer After an Accident

    When you or someone you know has been involved in an accident, or suffered serious injuries or other personal losses, it is crucial to contact an attorney as soon as possible. A personal-injury attorney will look at the facts and circumstances of your case and help you navigate the legal system the ... Read more

  • The Story of Independence Day

    Independence Day commemorates the legal separation of the original thirteen colonies from Great Britain. The actual separation occurred on July 2, 1776, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve The Resolution for Independency (aka the “Lee Resolution”). That Resolution, approved abo... Read more

  • What Is Obstruction of Justice?

    The news this week is dominated by discussion of whether President Trump is or is not being investigated for obstruction of justice. At issue is whether Trump asked FBI Director James Comey to drop the FBI’s investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and then fired Comey whe... Read more

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