Heading One - Legal ProtectionsBUG will have several types of legal protections to consider, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, and contractual. A patent is a grant or contract of property rights, approved by the Patent and Trademark Office. This will be useful, seeing that part of BUG Inc.'s equipment is driven by software, which was designed by employees of the company. A Trademark is a distinctive way in which businesses goods and services are represented. These could be in the form of a logo, symbol, words, or brand names for packaging purposes. This will provide security for BUG's company logo when expanding internationally.
A Copyright, which is the protection the law affords original literary, artistic works, and sound recordings, will aide BUG Inc. in protecting their products, their software, their design of the "ladybug wearing a set of microphones" and their electronic recording devices. This also known as Intellectual property, which refers to the inventions of ones mind such as artistic or literary works, images, and designs, commonly used in commerce.
Seeing that BUG Inc. is also involved with state and federal law enforcement agencies, which means there will be contracts involved, they should also think about contractual protections. This type of protection will prove its worthiness when BUG begins expansion of its sales to international markets. It will provide policyholders insurance against the actions, or omissions of actions, by a foreign government that would or could prevent or restrict the performance of a contract and also deprive a company of all or part of its financial investment and assets.
Heading Two - Civil Liability of WiretapIn today's competitive market trust and honesty are at a shortfall. Many employees lack those important characteristics which is why organizations should not give someone 100% trust, some may think that this is not...