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Don’t Get Taken By The Grinch – Upcoming Tax Deadlines

Every business must complete its 2017 tax-year filings in the coming months or be subject to penalties. Even pass-through entities are required to file accountings. Do not do your taxes alone. Contact your trusted tax advisor. If you need a referral, contact Donaldson Legal Counseling PLLC at counsel@dcesq.com or (301) 332-2354. Here are upcoming tax deadlines: Federal Entity Due Date Filing Employers January 31, 2018 Give Employees Copies of Their Form W2 Give Non-Employees Their Form 1099 C Corporation April 17, 2018* Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return S Corporation & LLC that elected S Corp. March 15, 2018 Form 1120-S, U.S. Income Tax Return for an S Corporation LLC (Partnership) March 15, 2018 Form 1065, U.S. Return of Partnership...

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Trademark And Likelihood of Confusion

We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks the language of our client’s business. Whether in aviation, sales and distribution, antitrust, corporate and M&A, finance, employment, energy, IP, litigation, TMT, real estate, or any other area of law, our clients can expect excellence and commitment to their objectives. Ensuring the operational functioning of the organisation, the development of external relations, management of press relations and constant communication with the press....

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Your Trademark: Is it Protectable?

  Protecting Your Interests, Business, Property & Rights Your trademarks identify your business. They are your brand. In a way, they are your business. In order to protect your business’s trademarks, you want to ensure that the marks that you are choosing are the type that can be protected. Not all marks are alike when it comes to the ability to federally register a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). There is actually a defined range of protect-ability that has developed through federal case law, ranging from the un-protectable to the highly protectable. Certain marks are flat-out un-protectable (for federal purposes)....

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