2017

The Importance of Registering an Assumed Company Name

Tishkoff

Choosing and registering a business name is one of the first steps in creating a business. However, choosing a name that may be protected by trademark or doing business under a different unregistered name may have the consequence of personal liability for business decisions.

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Evolution: Finally an Event Name That Makes Channel Sense

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Channel Partners Evolution Conference brought together thousands of IT and telecom channel partners. Here's perhaps the most important takeaway

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Partnership on AI Announces Executive Director Terah Lyons and Welcomes New Partners

Partnership on AI

We are thrilled to announce Terah Lyons as the Founding Executive Director of the Partnership on AI (PAI). Terah joins us from the Mozilla Foundation, where she was most recently a Technology Policy Fellow. Prior to that she served as Policy Advisor to the U.S. Chief Technology Officer at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OS. Her primary area of expertise is in technology governance, with a specific focus in machine intelligence, AI, and robotics.

Discovery Under The Michigan Court Rules

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Discovery is an important and beneficial process in the course of a lawsuit. It involves each side requesting and receiving documents from the other pertaining to the case.

100 Pipeline Plays: The Modern Sales Playbook

For the first time, we’re sharing the winning plays that took us from scrappy startup to a publicly traded company. Use our proven data-driven plays to grow your pipeline and crush your revenue targets.

Do You Have a Potential Retaliation Claim?

Tishkoff

Were you punished because you reported your employer for a legal violation or were involved in an investigation that was adverse to your employer? If you feel this is the case, you might have what is called a “whistleblower” or “retaliation” claim.

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Subleasing—What are the Tenant’s Responsibilities?

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Before assigning property under a sublease, it is important to know what you, as a tenant, could be liable for. The first step for a tenant looking to sublease is to read the original lease from the landlord.

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Successor Company Liability: Could You be Responsible for the Product Defects of Your Predecessor?

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Good news for companies that have recently bought or are considering buying another company: the Sixth Circuit recently ruled that successor companies may not be held liable for the predecessor company’s product defects. In Holland v. FCA U.S. , LLC, No. 15-4367 (6 th Cir.

Adverse Possession – What You Need to Know About the Law in Michigan

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Knowing the law of adverse possession is necessary for Michigan land owners to avoid possession by trespassers and potential litigation. Adverse possession is a legal concept allowing a trespasser to gain legal possession of your land without your permission. According to Beach v.

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Rule 37(e) – Sanctions for the Failure to Preserve ESI under the December 2015 Amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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In December of 2015, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended. Many of the changes had implications for eDiscovery and electronically stored information (“ESI”).

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How Zoom Uses AI to Ramp up Sales Certification and Proficiency

Zoom was struggling to ensure that sales reps around the world––with different levels of experience and proficiency––were getting certified on updated messaging. Traditional methods were unexciting, time-consuming, and ineffective! Find out how they achieved success in Second Nature’s Customer Case Study!

What Partners Need to Know About HP, Inc.

Channel Insider

A resurgent HP, Inc. wants the channel to transform

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MSPs Face Big Cybersecurity Talent Gap

Channel Insider

Here are key findings that indicate where MSPs should focus their resources to support and grow their sales to SMBs and larger enterprise customers

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The Nevada Law For O.J. Simpson’s Parole Hearing

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The big news in law this week is former football player O.J. Simpson’s parole hearing that will be held on Thursday, July 20, 2017. Simpson’s 33-year prison term in Nevada was for a charge of armed robbery and assault with a weapon, according to the Chicago Tribune. [link]. In Nevada, the law is clear on what must be considered at a parole hearing.

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What’s in a Name? – Making Sure Your Trade Name is Protected

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Your business’ name is one of your most important advertising tools. If you have recently started or are thinking of starting a business, you likely already know how important the name of your business is. But more than just creating a good first impression, a name must satisfy certain legal requirements. There are different issues involved at the various stages of choosing a name, registering a name, and defending a name.

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Your Guide to Using Conversational Marketing to Drive Demand Generation

What is conversational marketing really about? This guide will examine the market forces at play, shifting buyer trends, how to leverage conversation marketing, and the tactics involved in adopting it for a B2B demand generation strategy.

Partnership On AI Strengthens Its Network of Partners and Announces First Initiatives

Partnership on AI

Since we came together to form the Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society (Partnership on AI), we have been uplifted by support from around the world, with enthusiasm about our mission, tenets, and goals coming from companies, nonprofits, and academics alike. Earlier this year we welcomed Apple and six nonprofit board members to serve on our Board of Directors, the group that oversees the Partnership on AI.

Partnership on AI Board Update

Partnership on AI

It has been rewarding and energizing to see all of the enthusiastic support about the Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society (Partnership on AI) following our announcement in September. In the months since then, we’ve been working with colleagues and partners from a range of disciplines to build out a robust multi-stakeholder organization and to formulate directions for forthcoming research programs and activities. Today we have some important updates to share.