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Slander or Libel: What is the Difference?

Slander and libel are both types of defamation. Both involve false statements made that cause injury to the target/victim of the statements. Slander is legally defined as SPOKEN words of defamation; that is, oral defamation. By contrast, Libel is legally defined as WRITTEN words of defamation — that is, false statements made in writing. One… READ MORE

What is Trademark Class 3? Perfumes, Cosmetics, Soaps

If you are seeking to register a trademark, you must register your trademark with at least one Class of goods or services. Think of Classes as categories. On the application for registration, there is a section where you indicate which Class or Classes you want your trademark to be associated with. Currently, there are 45… READ MORE

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