“Amended and restated” is a term that lawyers use a lot. (A Google search produces approximately 792,000 results.) This post discusses that term’s meaning and why lawyers use it. This is part of Dana Shultzâ€™s Canonical Questions on the Lawâ„¢ series of questions and answers about legal issues, concepts and terminology.
“Amended and restated” can apply to virtually any type of legal document. Examples:
- Certificate/articles of incorporation;
- Corporate bylaws;
- Limited liability company operating agreement;
- Any other type of agreement;
This post explains what theÂ Canonical Questions on the LawÂ® series is. Equally important, this post explains why I created that series of questions and answers about legal issues, concepts and terminology.
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This post explains why the various types of intellectual property (“IP”) cannot protect a mere idea. However, IP may protect items that one creates based on such an idea.
I first wrote about this subject on Quora. Please seeÂ Which types of intellectual property protection can I receive for my idea? (more…)