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Worship Post-COVID: Application of the Religious Services Exemption

The advent of COVID-19 has had long ranging effects on all aspects of life, but as the light of the very long tunnel comes into sight, all of us are beginning to wonder what life after COVID will be like. A prime example of organizations needing to adapt in this environment is the way in …

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King County Phase 1.5 and Reopening Your Business

As of June 5th, King County is progressing into a modified Phase 1 or “Phase 1.5” and businesses are starting to think about their individual reopening plans. With reopening your business there are many concerns – When can I reopen? How do I reopen? and What policies do I need in place? While each business’s …

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Making Your Intangibles, Tangible. Part 4: Patents

By Ken Strocsher In this four-part series we’re discussing how to increase the value of your company by better quantifying and protecting your company’s intangible intellectual property. Of the areas covered in this series, patents are arguably the most complex to understand and most challenging to obtain. That being said, patents can serve as the …

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