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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
Industry Commenters Say Minerva Ruling is a Win for Employee Mobility
USPTO Says Trademark Filings are Up More Than 60% Through First Six Months of 2021 Due to E-Commerce Growth
Disclosure Requirements in Software Patents: Avoiding Indefiniteness
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, June 25: EPO Board of Appeal Issues Preliminary DABUS Decisions, Tillis Sends Out QFRs on ‘Gold-Plated Patents,’ CJEU Clarifies Online Platform Liability for User Uploads of Infringing Works
CAFC Denies Amgen Petition to Reconsider Enablement Test for Biotech Patents
Davis v. Pinterest: Pinterest Pins Victory in Contributory Copyright Infringement Claim – But Decision May Open a Door for Future Suits
La Cour d’Appel de l’Absurde (The Court of Appeals of the Absurd)
Reintroduced International Cybercrime Prevention Act Would Create New Cybercrime Violations and Increase Forfeiture and Injunctive Relief
Yu v. Apple Settles It: The CAFC is Suffering from a Prolonged Version of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, June 18: Big Tech Critic Khan Sworn in as FTC Chair, CJEU Says Copyright Owners Can Request IP Addresses of Infringers, and International Cybercrime Prevention Act is Reintroduced