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Christine G. Stone
Jason D. Stone
Bankruptcy: Chapter 11
Bankruptcy Process: Chapter 11
Bankruptcy: Chapter 7
Bankruptcy: Chapter 13
How Do I Qualify for Bankruptcy?
Judgments in Bankruptcy
What Is Bankruptcy?
Business Litigation Representation
Business Succession Planning
Franchise Agreements: New Jersey
Interfering with Business Practices – Tortious Interference
Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Starting a New Business
Are Song Lyrics Protected by Copyright?
DMCA – Digital Millenium Copyright Act
How do I register a copyright?
How do I get a copyright?
Open Source Software Licensing
Terminating a Copyright Transfer
What is copyright infringement?
What Is A Poor Man’s Copyright?
What Is A Copyright?
Cease and Desist Letter
Intellectual Property Holding Companies
What Is Intellectual Property?
Other Practice Areas
What Is Aviation Law?
Reasons To Use A Real Estate Attorney
Online Will Questionnaire
Health Care Proxy
Power of Attorney
Avoiding Patent Rejection
Capitalizing On Your Patent
Patent Rights – Who Owns the Patent? Employee or Employer?
Public Use Bar for Patent Eligiblity
What Is A Patent?
Maintaining Your Trademark
Registering Your Trademark
Trademark Infringement and Defense
What Is A Trademark?
Online Legal Services
Without even a modicum of transparency, PTAB doesn’t deserve benefit of the doubt
Federal Circuit Treatment of ‘Commercial Success’ in Hatch-Waxman Cases
Parlor Tricks and Shell Games: How the Invisible Hand of the PTAB Supports Challengers
Narrowly Construing the Bright-line Eligibility Prohibition Does Not Prevent Policing of Overbroad Claiming
Complaint Alleges Balenciaga Copied Design of Affordable NYC Souvenirs for Luxury Knockoffs
The CRISPR Tug of War
United Cannabis Responds: Highly enriched extracts of plant cannabinoids are inventive
Will the USPTO use annual patent practitioner dues to stop the unauthorized practice of law?
In an Abstract Idea Context, Little Is Unmistakably Within the Bright-line Eligibility Prohibition
Misapplication of Obviousness: What the MPEP gets wrong about obviousness rejections