Editor's note: This is the second in a series of articles on developing start-up companies in the technology or biotechnology realm. The first edition of Early Stage focused on protecting your intellectual property.
- So now that you know you have a patentable technolo......Full article >>>
gistrar registers the name with the appropriate registry. The registry then adds the new name to its registry database and publishes the name in the DNS.
One can also find the legal user of a domain name by looking in the WHOIS database (registrant, name servers, expiration dates, etc.) held by most domain registries. Depending on the various naming convention of the registries, legal use......Full article >>>
as opted for the more recognizable .com TLD.
Once one has chosen the TLD for their domain name (.com), they must now select an available sub-domain name, which is the text to the left of the dot in .com. Most entities will elect to utilize their legal or brand name as the sub-domain; however, other factors could determine or alter that decision in favor of a more generic name.
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/www.neiderboucher.com">Neider & Boucher, with expertise in estate planning and business law, including early-stage business formation. He has a law degree and an MBA from UW-Madison and a bachelor's degree from St. Norbert College
Brian F. Bates is a business law attorney who recently joined Neider & Boucher. He owns a bachelor of science degree from......Full article >>>
Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Boucher 11/01/06Related biology technology :1
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. Early Stage 10: The nuances of federal laws3
. Early Stage, Step 9: Raising capital in the securities landscape4
. Early Stage, Step 8: Misclassifying workers brings risk5
. Early Stage 7, Part I: Just what is an employee?6
. Early Stage: Step 6 - Taxes, taxes, taxes!7
. Early Stage: Step 5 - Forming the entity8
. Early Stage, Step 4: Cautionary trademark tales9
. Early Stage, Step 3: Naming the entity10
. Early-stage quality brings investment, Meier says11
. Early-stage executives hear from investors