I Won a Judgment - Now What?

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One incredibly important issue in civil litigation that many lay-people do not properly understand is the importance of being able to collect from the other side.  To be honest, some lawyers do not adequately understand the complexities of how one actually goes about turning that piece of paper known as a “judgment” into real dollars… Read more »

Business Owners - Get it in Writing

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If you’ve ever had the pleasurable experience of spending significant time with an attorney, you realize they absolutely love documents.   Paper, whether it is an incriminating email introduced at trial, or a simple promissory note providing repayment terms, is a fixation for most lawyers.  The reasons for this are fairly simple; people’s memories not only… Read more »

Trademark and Patent "Trolls" Demand Their Price to Cross the Bridge

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Those of you savvy with the internet may be familiar with the term “trolls”.  It generally refers to individuals who post inflammatory or provocative messages online, often in an attempt to harass others.  The term “patent troll” refers to an individual or company who buys and then enforces patents against an alleged “infringer”, usually in… Read more »