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What are some reasons I would want to hire a trust litigation attorney?

Someone created the trust without the legal authority to do so.

Working off this premise, a person could contest the validity of the entire document. Also, a person could have lacked the mental ability to create such a form. It takes a lot of evidence to win an argument based on the executor’s mental capacity in court.

Someone unduly coerced another into doing so.

A person might have influenced another to distribute assets in a manner that seems out of the ordinary. The lack of free will to create the document can invalidate the document and falls under possible elder abuse.

Violation of fiduciary obligations.

A fiduciary must execute governance and handle the trust’s assets according to directions laid out in the trust. Mishandling the affairs of the trust can open the trust to a legal challenge.

Forged documents.

Forging trust documents is illegal. Forged documents can lead to criminal charges.

Trust litigation in Nevada can be tricky. You have to consider many issues in these types of cases. You should hire an experienced Nevada Trust Attorney to ensure proper representation.

What Is Trust Litigation?

Trust litigation is the process of filing a civil lawsuit against a trustee due to behavior issues. There can be many causes of this action, and it requires an experienced Trust Litigation Lawyer to navigate all the complexities.

What are Geographical Indicators?

As defined by the World Intellectual Property Organization, “A geographical indication (GI) is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation that are due to that origin.” In order to function as a GI, a sign must identify a product as originating in a given place. In addition, the qualities, characteristics or reputation of the product should be essentially due to the place of origin. Since the qualities depend on the geographical place of production, there is a clear link between the product and its original place of production.
Geographical Indications can be protected in the United States by using trademarks and certification marks. As a trademark, the GI must meet the same criteria as any trademark. Under certification marks however, the owner of a certification mark does not use it and the mark does not indicate the origin of the goods, rather, a certification mark is used by the owner to certify that a product meets its standards.

What are Industrial Design Rights?

Industrial design rights are intellectual property rights that make the visual design of objects that are not purely utilitarian, exclusive.
Thus, an Industrial Design consists of a shape, a composition of a pattern or color, or combinations of pattern and color containing aesthetic value.
Industrial Designs can be protected in the United States using Design Patents, Tradedress, or Copyright. Each type of protect has specific advantages and disadvantages, as each protects the Industrial Design in different ways.
Please contact us for more information on specific ways to protect Industrial Design.

Why is intellectual property important?

For years Intellectual Property (IP) has been growing in importance. For many companies, their IP is their most valuable asset. For example, Coke’s trademarks and brands are estimated to have a value of $80,000,000,000.
Another example is the case of Apple v. Samsung, where a design patent resulted in an astronomical damages award.
Even outside of the tech sector, IP is very valuable as it can protect a company’s brand, an artist’s masterpiece, or an inventor’s design.
The bottom line is that IP protects a company’s very valuable intangible assets.

What is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual Property (“IP”) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works, designs and symbols, and names and images used in commerce.
Traditionally, IP falls into one of five categories: Copyright, Patents, Trademarks, Industrial Design Rights and Geographical Indications.
United States law focuses on Copyright, Patents, and Trademarks, however, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications can be protected using a combination of Copyright, Trademarks, and Patents.

How Do I Buy or Sell a Business in Nevada?

We have negotiated many business sales for buyers and sellers alike, and can guide you through the process so that you receive what you have bargained for.

How to get paid in Nevada as an Investor?

How to get paid in Nevada as an Investor?
When you suspect you have suffered an investment loss due to misconduct, you want to consult with an experienced attorney who can react quickly to help you protect your rights. We have successfully represented investors in a broad range of disputes including:

  • Unsuitable investments
  • Unauthorized trading
  • Churning
  • Boiler room tactics
  • Fraudulent promissory notes

How to get paid in Nevada as a Construction Firm?

You, as a construction contractor, do not have the luxury of relying solely on the good intentions of your owner or general contractor to get paid in full. Things can and do go wrong during the course of a construction project. As a stark example, you may have experienced the year 2008, when developers in Nevada suddenly ran out of money and were unable to borrow additional money due to the financial markets freezing. Even during good economic times, payment issues will arise. For instance, what happens when a long-standing developer or contractor retires or passes away and the business passes to family members who are less skilled at managing the business? Unfortunately, there is also a cynical side to the business. When disputes arise regarding the cost or quality of the construction, previously friendly developers or general contractors may use the threat of non-payment to get negotiating leverage over your company.

How to get paid in Nevada as a Judgment Holder?

We can help you collect your federal or state court Nevada judgment. We can also domesticate your out-of-state judgment in Nevada so that you may collect on assets located in Nevada.

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