Tag Archives: 2018

Presenting on Intellectual Property Law at the Dorsch Memorial Branch Library in Monroe, MI on September 27, 2018.

Anticipate This! | Patent and Trademark Law Blog Join attorney Jacob Ward, an adjunct professor at the University of Toledo, College of Law, as he presents an informative program on the basics of intellectual property law including patents, trademarks, and copyrights. … Continue reading

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Alimony Tax Deduction: Is It Too Late To Divorce in 2018?

Have you heard the news about the alimony tax deduction?  It is going away for divorces finalized after December 31, 2018.  But fear not!  If you and your spouse act smartly and quickly, you can still lock in your alimony … Continue reading

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October 2018 Visa Bulletin Updates – Employment-Based Preference Categories

VIA AILA.org EB-1. For October, EB-1 Worldwide along with all other countries except China and India, advances ten months to April 1, 2017. EB-2 Worldwide and EB-3 Worldwide will return to current in October and will remain current for the … Continue reading

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Patricia M. Barbarito Featured in Profiles in Diversity Journal – Women Worth Watching 2018

Einhorn Harris congratulates our Managing Partner, Patricia M. Barbarito on being featured in the Profiles in Diversity Journal – Women Worth Watching 2018.  Ms. Barbarito was profiled along with 125 other women in a publication highlighting their accomplishments and applauding … Continue reading

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LibraryFest 2018: Harry Potter and the School of Law

The law library’s annual LibraryFest, an open house orientation, took place on Wednesday, September 19 from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm. This year, LibraryFest had a Harry Potter theme. Tour of Great Hall, Chamber of Secrets, Etc. Which Hogwarts House … Continue reading

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