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Top Five Basics of Trademarks

USA - May 10 2017 Trademark protection is rooted in the Commerce Clause of the Constitution. A trademark gains

Top 5 Basics of Copyrights

USA - May 3 2017 Copyright protection is reserved for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression

Ohio Supreme Court Rules on Creditors’ Statutory Requirements: Wilson v. Lawrence

USA - May 15 2017 The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that a written claim presented to someone other than the court-appointed fiduciary does not comply with Ohio’s law

Contractor Recovers Delay Disruption Damages, Including Extended Home Office Overhead, Against State

USA - May 10 2017 In another victory for our firm against the State, the Court of Appeals on May 9th affirmed Judge Crawford’s well-reasoned decision from the Court of

Oil gas law for beginners: understanding the Mineral vs. Royalty Distinction

USA - October 26 2015 Instruments that convey oil and gas interests can be difficult to interpret. Frequently, industry terms of art are used interchangeably, and the

Ohio Supreme Court Rules on Creditors’ Statutory Requirements: Wilson v. Lawrence

USA - May 15 2017 The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that a written claim presented to someone other than the court-appointed fiduciary does not comply with Ohio’s law

Top Five Basics of Trademarks

USA - May 10 2017 Trademark protection is rooted in the Commerce Clause of the Constitution. A trademark gains

Contractor Recovers Delay Disruption Damages, Including Extended Home Office Overhead, Against State

USA - May 10 2017 In another victory for our firm against the State, the Court of Appeals on May 9th affirmed Judge Crawford’s well-reasoned decision from the Court of

Top 5 Basics of Copyrights

USA - May 3 2017 Copyright protection is reserved for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression

AIA A201: 2017 Changes

USA - April 27 2017 Every 10 years, AIA revises a particular document. This year the A201 General Conditions are being modified. Most of the changes are “no big deal”