Albuquerque Business Law, P.C.
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November 21, 2013 By Kameron W. Kramer
The America Invents Act (AIA) went into effect in March 2013. Although it has only been 7 months, some of the effects are obvious. The main thing I see is the filing of more provisional patent applications. AIA changed the US patent system from a first to invent system to a first to file system. This means that inventors can no longer claim … [Read More...]
September 23, 2013 By James T. Burns
Jeremy J. Theoret and Patrick J. Griebel will be honored for their work by NM Foundation for Open Governmenton winning the rights of the public to know the truth about Billy the Kid’s death at the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government’s annual Dixon Freedom Awards ceremony on October 2. In the words of NM FOG Executive Director, Terry … [Read More...]
September 12, 2013 By James T. Burns
In response to the rising number of foreclosures in the state, the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office has created the new Homeownership Preservation Program. The HPP is a statewide program designed to help families and homeowners who are facing mortgage delinquency or foreclosure. In order to provide service to New Mexico residents the … [Read More...]
September 5, 2013 By James T. Burns
Santa Fe, the art and culture mecca of the Southwest, is recovering from the housing crisis at roughly the same rate as the rest of the nation. However, Santa Fe’s mix of luxury vacation homes alongside traditional housing makes the Santa Fe real estate market unique. There are just under five hundred properties in some stage of foreclosure in … [Read More...]
August 26, 2013 By James T. Burns
Running a startup usually involves doing a lot of the work yourself. It’s slow, inefficient and you really should be concentrating on other things. But if you don't do the work, it’s not going to get done. After all, those TPS reports aren't going to fill themselves out. Enter crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing (coined by Jeff Howe in 2006 for Wired … [Read More...]