At the end of 2018, legal services were said to be at a high point. But many economic forecasts say that might not continue that way through 2020.
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Legal Aid Center Navigates the Rabbit Hole of Poverty Law
Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center focuses on representation needs arising in poverty
It’s at the intersection of poverty and the areas of law indigent people tend to need legal representation for that the Justice and Mercy Legal Aid Center finds its clients.
How Companies Decide Whether to Enforce IP Infringements
Type of IP and cost-recovery analysis come into play
When intellectual property gets infringed upon, even companies with lots of resources to pursue legal action have decisions to make about whether to go after the infringer.
The Alice Conundrum
Despite receiving guidance from the USPTO, patent eligibility for abstract ideas is still unclear
In January of this year, it seemed as though muddy waters surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Alice Corp v. CLS Bank International were going to be cleared with guidance from the USPTO saying how it would define an abstract idea.
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In the booming legal cannabis market, registering a trademark at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office remains a dodgy proposition as marijuana remains generally illegal under federal law.
Year of the Woman
Women law firm leaders discussed attrition and harmful policies in a time where women hit an all-time high in law firm, business and government leadership positions
Female office and law firm leaders from Colorado joined Law Week Colorado managing editor Tony Flesor…