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Apparel Magazine: What to Do When Copyright Trolls Are Lurking

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Managing Partner Mark Peroff from NYC intellectual property law firm Peroff Saunders, an AC Client, writes an article for Apparel Magazine about how copyright trolls are becoming a serious issue for in the apparel industry and outlines steps for companies to protect themselves: Apparel Design and Creation: What to Do When Copyright Trolls Are Lurking.

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AC Client Redefines Reputation Risk in Article for QSR Magazine

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CEO Nir Kossovsky of AC Client Steel City Re redefines reputation risk and uses KFC running out of chicken as an example in his article for QSR Magazine: Why Reputation is a Vital Enterprise Risk, Not a Marketing Issue.

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President of AC Client RIDC Pens Article for National Real Estate Investor

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President of AC Client RIDC writes article What Property Owners Outside CBDs Can Do To Attract Expanding Industries for National Real Estate Investor.

“Start-ups and rapidly growing, early stage companies, especially those in exploding new industries like robotics and artificial intelligence, are typically attracted to space that’s centrally located within a city or is near its universities. Nevertheless, city center space is finite and often expensive. While this poses a challenge for young companies that need space that fits both their needs and budget, it presents an opportunity for owners and developers with properties outside central business districts (CBDs). But in order to encourage these companies to move to urban fringe communities and beyond, property owners and developers need to know what their potential tenants might see as positive features and what they might see as pitfalls.”

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AC Client NY Foundling Bringing Education Front & Center to Child Welfare Youth

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One of the country’s preeminent child welfare organizations, The New York Foundling, an AC client, is helping bring education front and center for these young people.

Higher Education for Youth in Care Must Be A Higher Priority for Child Welfare

 

What’s Hindering Most Youth in Foster Care From Studying After High School?

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