• The Proof of the Pudding

    With phrases like “[t]his is the argument that makes judges cringe when they receive sanctions motions,” “moving defendants ask for the sun and the moon,” and “the proof of the pudding,” a recent order out of the Southern District of New York on a motion for sanctions reads like a breath of fresh air on the ever-evolving case law related to attorneys fees under Section 285 of the Patent Act (fo.

    Stacy Stitham/ Brann & Isaacson- 1 readers -
  • Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

    When you think of a lawsuit, you likely think about movies or television shows depicting dramatic trials in courtrooms. In reality, the large majority of personal injury claims are able to reach a settlement agreement and never make it to trial. However, there is a small percentage of injured victims that never receive a fair and favorable settlement offer from the negligent party.

    Eric Block/ jacksonvillepersonalinjury.attorney- 3 readers -
  • Pedestrian Accidents At Night

    New cars are rolling off the assembly line every single day. Despite the global financial crisis, auto manufacturers are meeting consumer demands by producing about 165,000 new vehicles every day.1 With this significant number of different makes and models of vehicles being produced every day, it is not unreasonable to think that there is no consistent or across the board prefe ...

    Bruning Legal- 2 readers -
  • Renewing TPS for Haiti

    Recently, the USCIS announced that in order for Haitian TPS-holders to maintain their TPS status, they must re-register. As a Miami immigration lawyer, this reminder is key. If you are a Haitian TPS holder, please pay attention to the deadlines below: TPS Extended Through: July 22, 2017 Re-registration Period for People Who Already Have TPS: August 25, 2015 through October 26, ...

    Michael G. Murray/ Miami Immigration Lawyer- 3 readers -
  • A Bankruptcy Expedites Financial Success

    I’m so tired of hearing that “bankruptcy is failure.” It’s simply not true, and yes, I am biased. However, I have seen bankruptcy success stories, like Dave Ramsey, Walt Disney, J.C. Penny, darn near every football player ever, and more are listed in this article. If bankruptcy works for successful business folks, then why are you still sitting there believing that you should d ...

    Christine Kingston/ Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor- 5 readers -
  • Bresha Pierce

    Bresha Pierce is a graduate of Baylor University. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences. Bresha makes herself invaluable to Varghese Summersett PLLC clients by helping keep them organized and prepared for court. She is the first person to answer their questions and becomes a trusted guide to clients through the criminal justice system.

    Benson Varghese/ Fort Worth Criminal Defense Attorney- 3 readers -
  • Can I Be Discriminated Against for Filing Bankruptcy

    The decision to file for bankruptcy is a very personal and private decision. Many Georgians have wisely sought the advice of bankruptcy attorneys to help them make an informed decision on whether filing for bankruptcy is the best solution to their financial problems. Now, that being said, once a bankruptcy case is filed it is no longer personal nor private because bankruptcy ca ...

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 3 readers -
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