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Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about which service fits you and your business, look through these frequently asked questions. If you still want to consult with an attorney, you can schedule a free strategy session with one of our attorneys.
What is the difference between a trademark and a copyright?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:38:19-04:00
A trademark is a protection of a word, phrase, or design by the US Patent and Trademark Organization. Trademarks last for as long as they are in use, as opposed to copyrights which have an expiration date. Copyrights protect works from an artist or author, such as books, plays, and music.
Why are written agreements important for my business?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:37:47-04:00
Written agreements and contracts are fundamental to a company’s success. Having any agreements in written form solidifies them and makes keeping records easier. Having an attorney draft your documents ensures that these agreements are best suited to your interests.
What’s the difference between an asset sale and a stock sale?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:37:07-04:00
An asset sale is the sale of individual assets and liabilities, but ownership of the legal entity is still retained by the seller. A stock sale is the sale of the owner’s shares and with the buyer now owning a portion of the legal entity.
Does the type of business entity matter when selling my business?fisherstonelaw12020-10-27T15:35:59-04:00
Depending on whether your business is a sole proprietorship, an LLC, or a corporation, selling your business can differ. Having an attorney sort through the business’ organizational material is key to staying legally compliant and finding the best route to sell your business.