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By Shannon Hamilton
Just 10 days before the implementation date of the proposed FLSA overtime regulations, Federal Judge Amos L. Mazzant III of the Eastern District of Texas issued a preliminary injunction...
By Michael Goode
As this time, it is difficult to determine what the specific provisions of President-Elect Donald J. Trump's tax proposals will be; however, it is important to highlight the types of planning that are not likely to be affected, and therefore could, and should, continue.
By Michael Goode
As this time, it is difficult to determine what the specific provisions of President-Elect Donald J. Trump's tax proposals will be; however, it is important to highlight the types of planning that are not likely to be affected, and therefore could, and should, continue.
By Joseph L. Hardesty, Ozair Shariff
On June 16, 2016 the United States Supreme Court ruled that government contractors can violate the Civil False Claims Act (See 31 U.S.C. §3729 et seq.) under the theory of "Implied False Certification."
By John Tate
More than twenty years into the Daubert era, a surprising number of litigators still have doubts and disagreements about the effectiveness of motions in limine challenging the admissibility of federal court opinion testimony under FRE 702.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
I have twins. Yes, we have two of most everything. No, it doesn't make it easier. The twins don't always remember who owns what or whether the object was traded. I hear a lot of, "That's mine!"
By Mari-Elise Gates Paul
Things really heated up for Hitman Glass when Starbucks was granted a default judgment against the company.
By Brian J. Levy
On September 12, 2016, the Georgia Supreme Court held that the four-year statute of limitations for actions on contracts for sale, not the six-year statute generally applicable to actions on simple written contracts, . . .
By Rebecca A. Weis
On October 20, 2016, the Kentucky Supreme Court overturned a Louisville ordinance that attempted to increase minimum wages above the $7.25/hour rate set by state statute.
By Alexandra MacKay
A few days ago, Harry Shearer sued Vivendi (and related entities), accusing the media company of cheating him and the other co-creators of "This is Spinal Tap" out of millions of dollars in profits from the movie, the soundtrack, and related merchandise sales through breach of contract and unfair business practices.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
It appears that the clash between free speech and trademark protection is headed to the Super Bowl, but it won't be the Washington Redskins on the field.
By Joseph L. Hardesty
On June 16, 2016 the United States Supreme Court ruled that government contractors can violate the Civil False Claims Act under the theory of "Implied False Certification."
By Alexandra MacKay
This is the year for territoriality issues in trademark disputes. As we reported previously, Bayer and Belmora have locked horns over the question of whether someone who owns a trademark in Mexico...
By Joel Beres
No. At least not according to a recent decision rendered earlier this month by three judge panel at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
By Alexandra MacKay
Recently, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (the "PTO") issued its 5,000,000th registration.
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