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  • Texas Jury Favors Patent Troll in Lawsuit Against Apple

    Quite a bit of controversy has arisen over so-called non-practicing entities, or NPEs. NPEs own patents but do not make any products. These companies buy patents for the sole purpose of extracting ... Read Article

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  • Texas Jury Favors Patent Troll in Lawsuit Against Apple

    Quite a bit of controversy has arisen over so-called non-practicing entities, or NPEs. NPEs own patents but do not make any products. These companies buy patents for the sole purpose of extracting money by claiming patent infringement . Another term for NPEs is "patent trolls." ... Read Article
  • Intrastate Adoption vs. Interstate Adoption

    Adopting a child can be one of the happiest times for a family - but it's important that the adoption be done correctly. This will protect both the child and the child's new family. To that end, it's also important to have an attorney who is well seasoned in the adoption process ... Read Article
  • Should a Physician Be Held to a Non-Compete?

    A medical practice has a legitimate business interest in ensuring its physicians do not leave and set up competing practices in the same service area. On the other hand, an individual physician might not want to be bound by an overly restrictive covenant not to compete. As it ... Read Article
  • Is This Non-Compete Enforceable?

    Is this non-compete enforceable? The enforcement of non-compete agreements depends upon numerous factors. A non-compete will be subject to strict scrutiny by the Courts when an Employer seeks to enforce the non-compete. The agreement must be carefully drafted, and the Employer ... Read Article
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