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Equitable Doesn’t Always Mean Equal: The Rules of Marital Property Division in Florida

When you find yourself facing a divorce, there may be several financial concerns on your mind. One of those concerns may be the distribution of marital assets that the court will order as part of the resolution of the divorce … Continue reading

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“Public Domain” Does Not Mean What You Think It Means

Watch any news program, and you’ll often hear someone reference the “public domain.” For example, one commentator recently said that “a review of these new documents suggests a coordinated effort . . . to release information to the public domain … Continue reading

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Ten millages mean millions (The Daily Iberian)

Iberia Parish Council members often note how the parish is short of money, while tax assessor records show that on a five-year run from 2002 to 2006, the 10 property millage assessments increased by $2.2 million, putting almost $8 million … Continue reading

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The Federal Circuit Rules that “Expenses” in Patent Statute Does Not Mean Attorneys Fees; Creates Circuit Split

The United State Patent and Trademark Office (“PTO”) has aggressively litigated its position that anyone who challenges the PTO’s denial of a patent application in federal district court should lose even if he wins:  that is, the PTO contends that … Continue reading

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The Department of Justice Has a New Consumer Task Force – What Does It Mean for You?

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein – the second-highest-ranking official at the Department of Justice – recently announced the formation of the Task Force on Market Integrity and Consumer Fraud. The announcement came at a widely publicized press conference, a signal … Continue reading

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