Posts made in November, 2010

Sparklers May Be Sold but Not Used

11/30/2010 A fireworks industry lobbyist, Mike Williams, is among those who helped in writing the new law in the state of Arizona, which legalizes the sale of fireworks. Williams said that the major fireworks vendors are not coming to Flagstaff
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Apple Duly Preparing for Legal Battle Against Phone Giant – Nokia

11/30/2010 Apple hires some of the best IP attorneys in the country as a means of fortifying its stand in a legal battle against phone giant – Nokia.  Apple is the well-known manufacturer of one of the most popular smartphones
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Supreme Court Justices Refuse to Intervene in Illegal Music Downloads Appeal

11/30/2010 The chance to review the appeal of a young Texas woman concerning illegal music downloads has been passed up by the U.S. Supreme Court. It was the first time that a music-downloading copyright appeal reached the high court. The
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Passage of Legislation Prohibiting Animal Torture Marked

11/30/2010 Congressman Gary Peters and supporters of the legislation banning the production of animal torture videos, met at the Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak last week. This is to mark their successful effort in getting the bill passed. According to
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Patient Safety Technologies Sued by Zealous Asset Management LLC

11/30/2010 Zealous Asset Management, together with Ault Glazer Capital Partners, collectively known as “The Funds,” today filed a lawsuit against Patient Safety Technologies, Inc. The lawsuit was for breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealing, intentional misrepresentation,
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Michael Wudke Appointed By TransPerfect Legal Solutions to Lead Digital Forensics

11/30/2010 The Digital Forensics division of TransPerfect Legal Solutions gets a new president in the person of Michael Wudke. Among the responsibilities of Wudke is reinforcing the enduring dedication of the company to help clients leverage innovative technology to solve
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Election Aftermath Trumps Proposition 19

11/30/2010 When the billowing dust of the midterm election finally settled, everyone saw Proposition 19 defeated. The move to “legalize marijuana” was beaten by-a-hair loss after voters decided that its time has not yet come. After the initial shock, however,
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Law Firms Increasingly Using Attorneys as Sales Force

11/30/2010 The way law firms have conducted marketing, as well as business development initiatives, for the past two years have resulted in a shift that made the lunch calendars of general counsels increasingly crowded. The shift from the focus on
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Telecommunications Company Offers Call Centre and Recording for Legal Reasons

11/30/2010 A telecommunications company, TDS Telecommunications Corp, has added a Call Recording and Call Centre service to its blend of communications solutions in order to meet the increasing requirements of local business customers. In order for them to achieve this,
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A Legal Resource for the Retail Industry Launched by Crowell and Moring

11/30/2010 An international law firm, Crowell and Moring LLP, with nearly 500 lawyers under its wing, has launched a legal blog for retailers named the Retail Law Observer, which covers legal matters and important trends that the retail industry faces.
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