Monthly Archives: June 2009

Acquisition Of Company: May Fell Into Thug Trap

Non-compete clause as central theme and luring clause to cheat the buyer company The Non-Compete clause in acquisition of high stake business forms a central and most important clause in which buyers insist that Sellers enter into an obligation not … Continue reading

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CBI Taking The Lead Role In Fighting Software Infringement And Database Theft

“The modern thief can steal more with a computer than with a gun“ – National Research Council, “Computers at Risk”, 1991. With the growth of e-commerce, the security of the database to prevent the improper disclosure/copying of information to unauthorized … Continue reading

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Money Circulation Scheme or Money Cheating Scheme

Money Circulation Schemes throughout the nation is mushrooming under different guises and nomenclature, eating away monies of the gullible public by luring them to become rich overnight through money circulation schemes. This kind of cheating under various attractive captions have … Continue reading

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