Tag Archives: Equitable

Providing Equitable Outcomes for Expired Debts

The average American household owes over $136,000 in debt. Some of this debt, however, is stale. Due to the expiration of the statute of limitations—which can range from three to six years depending on the state—creditors cannot prevail if they … Continue reading

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Co-Pending ITC Action Less of an Equitable Concern for PTAB?

General Plastic Factors & Follow-on Petitions Last September, the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) held that the advanced state of a district court proceeding militated in favor of denying a petition for IPR in accordance with the General Plastic factors (NHK … Continue reading

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Judge Mawla with a Primer on Equitable Distribution of Restricted Stock Units in a Divorce

By Matheu D. Nunn, Esq. As a late-Christmas (or Holiday) gift to the matrimonial bar, the Hon. Hany A. Mawla, J.A.D., published an Opinion in M.G. v. S.M., A-1290-17T1 (App. Div. Dec. 26, 2018), regarding the equitable distribution of a … Continue reading

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Your U.S. Government Contract: Qustions & Answers – Tips and Traps for Understanding Change Orders and Navigating the Request for Equitable Adjustment Process

Author:  Cheryl Adams, Esq. Change orders happen.  When you are a government contractor, it helps to understand some basics about change orders before you are issued one.  Below are some common questions, and answers, about change orders, along with some … Continue reading

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Understanding Equitable Distribution Laws in Illinois

If you and your spouse are considering calling it quits, you probably have a thousand questions. One of these questions may be, “How will we divide our property during the divorce?” When two people marry, they not only combine their lives but … Continue reading

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