Doing business on the Internet via your web site or other means can be an efficient and profitable venture. However, there are dangers involved in operating online, including cyber piracy, data protection and potential breaches, copyright infringements, and trademark thief. With so many possibilities for problems, doing the legal groundwork for your business and web site is a smart investment. The Calhoun Law Firm can help, we represent clients in matters related to consumer reviews, website policies, online copyright, online privacy, Internet defamation, and other Internet law regulations.
The Calhoun Law Firm puts the right business structure and documents in place to avoid or minimize the negative impacts of potential future legal problems through effective, efficient, expeditious application of BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL LAW services including commercial contracts and agreements, employment agreements, licensing agreements, leasing agreements, and franchising agreements.
The Calhoun Law Firm assists you in preventing theft of your ideas, designs, and other concepts that give you economic benefit through effective, efficient, expeditious application of INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS. The Calhoun Law Firm provides intellectual property services including the acquisition, enforcement, and defense of copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets.
The Calhoun Law Firm assists Arizona professionals and businesses obtain and maintain the professional licenses needed to continue their careers and preserve their livelihood. We can assist licensed Arizona professionals and businesses apply for professional and business licenses, and if necessary, defend your license.
When conflicts, disputes or claims over your business matters arise the Calhoun Law Firm can assist in resolving these issues using smart solutions through effective, efficient, expeditious applications of Dispute Resolution, including arbitration, mediation, and if necessary litigation.
The Calhoun Law firm can evaluate your trial case to determine whether or not matters, including final judgments and interlocutory orders, are appealable. We know the procedures for obtaining a review, can provide advice about the proper record on appeal, and we can properly frame the case to obtain the best scope of review.