Yes, when it comes to Trademark and Copyright because these are governed by Federal Law. Yes, in regard to some business formation and contract law. However, when state specific law is involved, as in most cases of litigation and breach of contract, you will need a lawyer in that specific state.
You don't know what you don't know. Protect yourself! When you start a business, you invest significant time, money, and energy into making it succeed. Without taking measures to ensure your business is legally sound, all that hard work and dedication may go to waste. This includes protecting your intellectual property, making sure proper contracts are in place, choosing the best business structure, ensuring you have the requisite licenses per state and federal regulations, and other topics that may not initially come to mind when starting and running your business.
It is not a legal requirement to hire an attorney, however, a trademark filed by an attorney is more than 50% more likely to be accepted. Registering a trademark comes with rigid deadlines and risk when not done properly. A lawyer is not necessary but highly recommended.
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