Tag Archives: Alcohol

Parenting Time Issues: Alcohol or Drug Problems

Generally speaking, Michigan law holds that it is in a child’s best interest to maintain continuous relationships with both parents after a divorce. But what if you suspect that your ex is using illegal drugs or abusing alcohol or prescription … Continue reading

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Dead Drivers Tested Positive for Drugs More Often than Alcohol In New Jersey, AAA Reports

A drugged driving charge should never be taken lightly because it can have far-reaching consequences for a person’s life. If you have been charged with or arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs, you need a seasoned New … Continue reading

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JEFFREY P. GALE, P.A. // Improper to Use Inference Upon Inference to Show That Alcohol Caused Accident

Our firm is presently involved in personal injury action on behalf of a truck driver who sustained serious injuries when he was struck by a motor vehicle on the side of the northbound lanes of I-95, in an area of the highway known as … Continue reading

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"Why Alcohol Is Still the Most Dangerous Drug"

The title of this post is the headline of this lengthy new article in Governing magazine. Interestingly, the article does not once mention marijuana, but it is still a sobering read against the backdrop of the often-stated refrain of marijuana … Continue reading

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Recent USPTO Trademark Decisions Relating to Alcohol Beverages

The USPTO Trademark Trial and Appeals Board (“TTAB”) recently issued three relevant decisions to the wine, beer, and spirits industries. The decisions are summarized below. In re El Galan, Inc., Serial No. 86961428 (February 1, 2018) [not precedential]: El Galan, … Continue reading

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