Mike Bradon

The Basics of Copyright Law for Music in the US

Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection providing the owner with exclusive rights to a specific work for a limited time. A copyrightable work should be original and tangible such as literary and dramatic works, recording and composition of music, paintings, photography, and others. In the United States, music…

Travel Insurance in Canada

Travel insurance covers the costs of unforeseen events during your trip. These financial risks and losses can range from minor issues like delayed luggage to major ones like medical emergencies overseas. Whether you hold a short-term work permit or you’re planning to visit the country, there are several companies in…

Gun Control in the US

The Bill of Rights was ratified on the 15th of December 1791 and the second of its ten amendments is about the right to possess a firearm. The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution protects one’s right to keep and bear arms. As per the Gun Control Act of…

Acquiring a Property in Canada

The Canadian territory is made up of ten provinces that differ in property laws. Any property, from land, buildings to movable property, is subject to laws. It is of paramount importance to know about the rules and regulations behind the purchase of a property in Canada. Financing your dream house…

Differences between Libel and Slander

Libel and slander both come under the umbrella of defamation, which is to attack someone’s character by making a false statement about that person and presenting it as irrefutable fact. For instance, if I were to say “John Smith stole from his workplace” while knowing full well that this is…