Categories for interstate commerce

Defend Trade Secrets Act Signed into Law

by | May 22, 2016

On May 11, 2016, President Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) into law after flying through both houses of Congress with a near unanimous vote – quite a feat in a highly polarized legislature. Why the relative ease you may ask? Both the President and Congress have emphasized the importance of protecting American... View Article

Doing Business Internationally

by | June 15, 2012

Our guest blog comes from Andrew Crowder, International Trade Specialist, Washington Department of Commerce 95% of the population of the world lives outside US borders.  If your business is not exporting, you are not playing the business game at its true size. Exporting can be a potent source of growth for your business. By exporting, you... View Article

Doing Business Across State Lines

by | June 4, 2012

When a company plans to expand its services into another state, a number of key legal considerations must be reviewed.  Below is a summary of some of the critical steps that must be undertaken by the company as it expands. Business Structure.  All entities doing business in the state must register with the state.  Corporate... View Article