You have finished your novel, essay or poem and are ready to publish it. You literary work is original, and…
Protect your intangible assets
Del Canto Chambers is one of the pioneering firms in understanding how to unlock and protect the value produced by artists, researchers and other professionals. We focus both on offering services and write some informative articles about intellectual property.
At the end of September, the taxation committee of the United States Council for International Business (USCIB) issued its comments…
From Conflicts of Law Net I got this interesting case discussing the jurisdiction applicable to a domain name dispute. What are the potential tax consequences of this case?
If a domain name jurisdiction is that of its registration, may we infer that a tax presence could be deemed too? The legal reasoning of this case pave the road for this concluding statement.