Posts Tagged ‘Tax Law’


August 13th, 2018

Are You Prepared To Be Audited By The Trademark Office?

Currently, to maintain or renew a United States trademark registration, the registrant must file a Declaration of Use stating the mark is in use in commerce in connection with each listed good or service in the registration. Goods or services not in use must be deleted and the registrant must provide one specimen of use […]

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April 7th, 2017

Why Retailers and Manufacturers Should Address Unauthorized Online Sellers

Authored by Whitney Gibson People are increasingly shopping online, and they are spending more than ever before.   In fact, according to a Business Insider report from November, the number of people shopping online grew by almost 20 million from 2015 to 2016. The estimated 224 million online shoppers are, unsurprisingly, spending more money online and […]

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January 6th, 2017

Real Property Tax Attorney Karen Bauernschmidt Joins Vorys

On January 3, 2017, Karen Bauernschmidt joined Vorys, bringing with her more than 40 years of real property valuation experience from across all of Ohio’s 88 counties. She joins the firm’s Cleveland office as of counsel from Karen H. Bauernschmidt Co. LPA, where she was the owner. Throughout her career, she has successfully reduced real […]

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