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The Deposition As ‘Open Book Test’

Some like it, some hate it.  Here’s the story: Some lawyers, as part of the client’s preparation for deposition, have the client prepare “Cliff Notes” of their testimony.  This would be a set of notes, including time lines, photographs and … Continue reading

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There’s More Than One Way To Skin A Cat

Some of my clients ask why lawyer’s Complaints are so complicated and have different claims.  To them it seems simple: we agreed to do something, it didn’t get done, and I’m out my money.  I want my money back Mr. … Continue reading

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Patent Law

I don’t do patent law.  It’s incredibly complex and has many arcane rules. But sometimes clients need to know just a little bit about patent law so they can ask the right questions when they hire a lawyer.  So, as … Continue reading

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