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The Statute of Limitations on Slip and Fall Claims in Arkansas

Generally, owners of real estate have a duty to keep their land safe for other people to traverse. This duty prevents landowners from being careless with their property. For example, a storefront would be required to shovel snow in front of their property or risk...

First Steps After Being in a Rear-End Car Accident in Arkansas

Being in a rear-end car accident is usually a sudden and frightening experience. Before you even know it, you may have been plowed into by another vehicle and suffered severe injuries. In terms of liability, rear-end car accidents usually go in the favor of the driver...

5 Common Causes of Car Accidents in Arkansas

Being involved in a car accident can be a harrowing experience. With so many commuters on the road traveling all over Arkansas and the entire country, predicting how and when a car accident will occur is practically impossible. There are all kinds of reason an...

6 Common Trademark Violations in Intellectual Property Cases

Your trademark is often the first thing a consumer will notice about your product. Whether you describe the goods or services you provide with a symbol, a slogan, or a single word, the first impression you give a consumer is the most important one. This first...

The Difference Between Trademark and Copyright in Arkansas

In the world of intellectual property, it is important for every person or business to know their rights. Not knowing whether your intellectual property rights are being encroached upon, either purposefully or unintentionally, can serve to hurt the goodwill you have...

When Can You Sue for Intellectual Property in Arkansas?

Understanding your intellectual property rights and how to protect them from infringement is valuable knowledge. This knowledge will affect your ability to recognize when a person or company is violating your intellectual property rights and how you can remedy that...