An Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

An Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property includes any idea, design, product, or manuscript produced by a creative process. The protection of this property occurs through the use of trademarks, copyrights, and patents. Although these three terms can be confusing, it’s important to understand each fully to ensure that you can properly protect your ideas. Anyone who creates content, such…

A Comprehensive Legal Guide to Cyberspace Law

Electronic commerce raises new questions regarding the application of traditional law to non-cyber transactions. As entrepreneurs move towards computer-networked business models, many lawmakers struggle to fulfill the same obligations outlined for over-the-counter purchases. As it stands, e-commerce transactions fall under contractual law. Each e-commerce transaction has three elements that qualify it under contractual law: offer,…

Ultimate Reference Guide for Law Students

Law School Outlines, Test Preparation & Exams Reparing for Exams – This informational piece was created in order to help law students prepare for outlining and exams. Classification and Verification of Law School Outlines  – Classification and verification can be a very difficult process. However, Arbi Tamrazan from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University gives…

DWI & DUI Prevention

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated (DWI) are significant problems in the United States. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that in 2010, 10,228 people died in automobile accidents involving a drunk driver. Drunk driving crashes accounted for 31 percent of all traffic deaths. People who drive while intoxicated by…

Careers in The Law

Criminal justice involves the practices and systems of upholding social control, deterrence, and the mitigation of crime. Those employed in the field of criminal justice may apprehend and impose penalties on those who violate the law. The criminal justice system also seeks to rehabilitate repeat offenders to help protect defendants from those who abuse their…

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Online Criminal Justice Resource Guide

The field of criminal justice involves local, state, federal and private agencies dedicated to addressing criminal activity in their jurisdiction, such as police officers, criminal defense lawyers, judges, FBI agents and advocacy groups. The criminal justice system is made up of law enforcement, courts and corrections facilities. These groups uphold laws, sanction criminal penalties, deter and prevent…