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Article by: Chambliss Startup Group With all the excitement of a new startup, there are often business and legal considerations that may get pushed to the backburner. Inventors may come up with great products and may develop great business plans to bring them to market. But...

Tennessee Tech Companies: take note of several significant changes to our state's data breach statute made effective this summer (July 1, 2016). Prior to the recent change, Tennessee's breach notification statute stated, among other things, that persons, businesses and government agencies in Tennessee that own or...

By: Paul Weidlich, Shareholder, Chambliss Law Firm pweidlich@chamblisslaw.com During the past couple of years you have probably been told that software patents are dead.  Probably more than once. That’s because since the Supreme Court’s Alice decision in 2014, the Patent Office has routinely rejected software patent applications on the...

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