Tag Archives: Litigating

Litigating Your Divorce: It Doesn’t Have to be That Way

By David DePuy The New Hampshire statutes and court rules set forth the procedures for initiating and litigating a divorce proceeding beginning with the filing of a Petition by the Petitioner and an Answer by the Respondent.  Thereafter, the Court … Continue reading

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CEO Tips for Litigating Bid Protests at GAO, Court of Federal Claims and Appealing to Federal Circuit Court

Theodore P. Watson, Esq. When government procurement agencies do not comply with the terms of the solicitation or violate applicable procurement law, the unsuccessful offeror can file a bid protest. The protest must specifically challenge the agency actions decisions and … Continue reading

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Unpublished Conits opinion reveals the dangers of lackadaisical litigating

After three published opinions in Conits v. Conits, one a refiled Supreme Court opinion, on May 2, 2018 the Court of Appeals issued an unpublished opinion on the remanded issue of the value of Husband’s Greek farm. Either Spiro Conits … Continue reading

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Open legal question doesn't preclude fees award where manner of litigating is exceptional

Tobinick v. Novella, 884 F.3d 1110 (11th Cir. 2018)The court of appeals held that the Octane Fitness standard for “exceptional cases” applied to Lanham Act cases, and that the District Court here didn’t abuse its discretion in awarding attorney’s fees … Continue reading

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Litigating a Divorce or Family Law Case From Outside New Mexico Poses Unique Challenges

A person cannot be made a proper party to a divorce or family law case in New Mexico unless the New Mexico courts have jurisdiction over that party. The issue of jurisdiction can be complicated and can vary depending on … Continue reading

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