Force majeure clause. It’s one of those boilerplate paragraphs that no one reads until, you know… now.
Take a seat, show me your contract and I’ll tell you about yourself. I may even be able to tell you your future. Legal psychic? Maybe or maybe I have read enough contracts in my career that there are indicators, tells, and if I couldn’t, then I wouldn’t be a great advisor. I really […]
Congratulations on your decision to start a new business (and your subconscious decision to forego sleep…)! Deciding on a business name might very well be the most important decision you make; it can make the difference between a strong branding campaign or perhaps (gasp!) having to change your name. You name/brand will, of course, […]
According to the definition by the American Marketing Association, the legal term for brand is a trademark. While that may be true, and brand may not be possible without a trademark, a brand should be viewed as more than that. Saying that a brand is a trademark seems too passive, as if merely registering a […]
As published in the New York State Bar Association Corporate Counsel Inside Newsletter Winter 2016. I could say that today’s lawyer faces a myriad of challenges when it comes to staying abreast of emerging technology and client considerations, but let’s face it, every generation has its challenges. A few years ago, I wrote articles and […]
As published in Technology and the Law Section of the New York State Bar Association publication October 2014 Natalie Sulimani (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the founder and partner of Sulimani & Nahoum, PC. She is engaged in a wide variety of corporate, employment, intellectual property, technology, Internet, arbitration and litigation matters. She counsels both domestic and […]