Logos aren't patented, they're trade marked.
And the rule is that no company wants their product associated with yours, unless you give them money or prestige. There simply isn't a reason that say Volkswagen is going to give you permission to use their logo as part of your new logo for another product.
- Federal and state laws require that most employers furnish a place of employment that is free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to - employees. In most instances, an employee may anonymously complain about an unsafe work environment and be protected against employer reprisals.
Louisiana offers a free program, called the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP), which provides a worksite safety program to smaller businesses. Businesses that satisfy specific SHARP requirements are exempt from federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) compliance inspections for a period of one year.
Workers' compensation laws are designed to compensate employees who have been injured or killed in work related accidents according to a fixed monetary scheme, without having to resort to litigation. Dependents of a fatally injured employee may also be entitled to benefits. Employers may be protected by limits placed on the amount of an employee's recovery....