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Could Campylobacter Lead to “Fur-ternity Leave”?

Puppies… they are adorable. Who doesn’t love them? I know that we are super attached to our dogs, and when they were puppies, we spent so much time with them that I almost hated leaving them. Our pets were here … Continue reading

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Old Tax Loophole Could Benefit the Wealthy

A Virginia tax lawyer can provide insight into how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could affect your tax liability. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has made fundamental changes to many aspects of the way that businesses and corporations … Continue reading

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Could Brexit Mean a Change for PMA Acceptance in the UK? (Spoiler: Probably Not)

MARPA spent last Thursday and Friday participating at the Certification Management Team quadrilateral meeting in Washington DC.  The CMT brings together the FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, ANAC Brazil, and representatives from industry to discuss the status of current initiatives and … Continue reading

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Defcon Voting Village report: bug in one system could “flip Electoral College”

Enlarge / A voting machine is submitted to abuse in DEFCON's Voting Village. (credit: Sean Gallagher) Today, six prominent information-security experts who took part in DEF CON's Voting Village in Las Vegas last month issued a report on vulnerabilities they … Continue reading

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What a Phillips Construction Could Mean for PTAB Appeals

Change in Claim Construction Standard Provides Greater Appellate Opportunity Some months back the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) proposed dropping the broadest reasonable interpretation (BRI) in favor of the so-called “Phillips construction” of the courts. That final rule package, … Continue reading

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