Objection Procedures

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Objections Should be Served but Not Filed

Objections to evidence must be served, but not filed. 37 C.F.R. § 42.64(b)(1). ...more

PTAB Clarifies Procedure for Filing Supplemental Evidence in Response to Objections

As a follow up to our post regarding issues that have arisen to date regarding supplemental evidence, it is worth noting two recent PTAB decisions in which the proper procedure for introducing supplemental evidence in...more

Sued by Midland Funding, LLC? The Dangers of Going it Alone.

Arizona Midland Funding, LLC LawsuitI am a lawyer in Arizona that represents people against Midland Funding, LLC in lawsuits. So this blog post may appear somewhat self serving. A lot of people who get sued by Midland...more

Missouri Supreme Court Allows Employees to Proceed with Discrimination Lawsuits Based on Untimely Filed Charges of Discrimination

On August 27, 2013, the Missouri Supreme Court issued an opinion that significantly changes the way employers will have to approach raising objections to improperly filed charges of discrimination under the Missouri Human...more

23 Tips For Improved Jury Instructions

Jury instructions are important in winning the case before the jury. They can also provide grounds for appeal if errors are properly preserved. The following points address the most common problems we appellate lawyers see...more

The Importance Of A Notice Of Objection: Salisbury v. The Queen

In Salisbury House of Canada Ltd. et al. v. The Queen (2013 TCC 236), the Tax Court of Canada reiterated the importance of the statutory preconditions that must be met before a taxpayer may appeal to the Court. ...more

Tips For Opening Statements And Closing Arguments

Jury trials are supposed to be a forum within which the parties, represented by competent, professional and zealous counsel, present their positions in a coherent, thoughtful and respectful manner to their fact-finding peers....more

22 Tips For Improved Jury Instructions

Jury instructions obviously are important in winning the case before the jury. ...more

Patent Office Litigation Update: IPR Discovery and Evidentiary PTAB Decisions [Video]

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has published six representative decisions and orders that deal with discovery and evidentiary issues in inter partes review proceedings. In this video, Jon E. Wright, director at the...more

Recent Pennsylvania Superior Court Decision Highlights Importance of Objections to Preserving Issues for Appellate Review

The Superior Court recently held that an attorney’s failure to make timely or effective objections to the composition of a jury prevented a trial court from vacating a judgment and granting a mistrial. The Superior Court’s...more

Calhoun v. United States: Justice Sotomayor calls prosecutor to task for racially biased questions

For the most part, cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States are cases that the Court has elected, as a matter of its discretion, to decide. There are very few criminal cases that the Supreme Court must hear....more

Filing Objections to Applications for the Registration of New gTLDs

In June 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization responsible for the global coordination of the use of domain names, IP addresses and the like, announced that it would accept...more

ICANN Deadline Fast Approaching for Objections to New Top-Level Domains

The deadline is fast approaching for third parties to object to any of the nearly 2,000 new generic top-level domains currently under review by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for potential...more

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