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Jeff Schick

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About Jeff Schick

eCommerce Attorney dedicated to helping Brand Owners and Private Label Sellers protect their online presence. My focus is on helping animal health and life science brands and private label sellers develop and implement effective Amazon and eCommerce brand protection strategy, with a 360-degree focus on their business. My practice areas include eCommerce Strategy, Brand Protection & Enforcement, IP Protection, Amazon suspensions, Amazon listing hijacking prevention and enforcement, counterfeit protection, and Amazon strategy. In addition to my legal education, I am fortunate to have real-world experience with running a successful eCommerce business. I was fortunate to be able to build a multi-million dollar eCommerce business, and sold products both as an Amazon Seller and Amazon Vendor. Combining my legal experience and eCom experience, I am helping brand owners and private label sellers develop and execute effective Amazon strategies and take control of their supply chain. Our firm helps brands control their Amazon presence, develop viable channel strategies, create legally-compliant MAP policies, monitor and enforce MAP / authorized distribution policies, and ensure that counterfeit products do not enter the supply chain. Through our legal team’s diverse background, we are able to help companies of all sizes develop and execute eCom/Amazon strategies, help with Amazon best practices for avoiding account suspensions (and help with reinstatements), assist with sales and income tax issues, and we offer a full-service patent and trademark IP law practice.

How to Choose an Entity Type for Your Amazon Business

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 26th, 2018|Categories: Amazon Strategies, General Business Law, Posts by Jeffrey Schick, Tax Law|

Most sellers begin their Amazon business as a sole-proprietorship, which is great when you first start up because it is easy and free when you’re first starting. However, as you grow, you’ll want to move into an official legal entity to protect your personal assets. This is because when you operate as a sole-proprietorship, you are [...]

Performance Management: How to Handle Employee Performance Issues

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 25th, 2018|Categories: Employment Law, General Business Law, Posts by Jeffrey Schick|

How to Effectively Manage Employee Performance Issues No matter how hard we try, occasionally we have employees who don’t meet performance expectations. This help guide is designed to walk you through the employee discipline best practices, with common obstacles you may face and solutions to deal with them. As always, if you feel that any of [...]

Preventing Amazon Listing Hijackers using Trademark Law

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 25th, 2018|Categories: Amazon Strategies, Brand Protection, Posts by Jeffrey Schick, Private Label Brand Protection, Protect Your Listings, Trademark Law, Unauthorized Seller Enforcement|

You've worked hard to build your brand. You made a great product, obtained a substantial number of reviews, and managed to build something from scratch while following all of the Amazon policies. And then a hijacker shows up on your listing. You call Seller Support, and they inform you there's nothing they can help you do [...]

It’s Q4, And Sellers with Employees should Prepare for Important State and Federal Law Changes coming in Q4 2018 and Q1 2019

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 25th, 2018|Categories: Employment Law, General Business Law, Posts by Jeffrey Schick|

It’s the Fourth Quarter of 2018, which means the Holidays are upon us and we are nearing the start of 2019. However, amid all of the festivities, don’t forget to monitor important legal changes happening across the United States, especially if you have employees. This article will focus on some important dates for employers to be [...]

Tips for a Successful Trademark Application

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 22nd, 2018|Categories: Brand Protection, Posts by Jeffrey Schick, Private Label Brand Protection, Protect Your Listings, Trademark Law|

TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL TRADEMARK APPLICATION - BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE USPTO Having a strong trademark is the foundation for the success of your private label brand. When you obtain a federal trademark from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, it allows you to not only ensure nobody copies the name of your brand [...]

The Most Important Step to Protect Your Amazon Listing From Hijackers

By |2018-12-07T16:54:20+00:00October 7th, 2018|Categories: Brand Protection, Posts by Jeffrey Schick, Protect Your Listings, Trademark Law, Unauthorized Seller Enforcement|

You're living the private label seller's dream. You've found a great product, tweaked the design to make it yours, found the perfect supplier, and inspected every item before sending it in to the Amazon Warehouse. In short, you put in a lot of effort to make sure your product was perfect, and the customers are now [...]

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