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New Delaware Decisions Provide Strong Support for Independent Board Decisions in the Sale of a Company

On December 19, 2014, the Delaware Supreme Court, in C&J Energy Services, Inc. v. City of Miami General Employees' & Sanitation Employees' Retirement Trust, issued a strongly worded decision refusing to enjoin a change of...more

Trademark Owners: Beware Of Phony “Government” Communications

Trademark owners should be on guard for unfamiliar or unsolicited trademark correspondence requesting fees for “registration,” “monitoring,” or other legal services, as these may be attempts by private companies to charge...more

FTC Updates Its Mail Order Rule

The FTC's "Mail Order Rule" is now the "Mail, Internet, or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule" (16 CFR Part 435). The Rule prohibits sellers from soliciting mail, Internet, or telephone order sales unless they reasonably...more

Enhancements to Florida's Solicitation of Funds Law Now Effective

In response to the Tampa Bay Times investigative story, "America's Worst Charities," Florida’s Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam worked with the Florida Legislature to enact material enhancements to Florida's...more

IP Solicitation Scams on the Rise

In recent months, an increasing number of companies have reported receiving official-looking intellectual property notices and solicitations. These fraudulent solicitations may take the form of invoices, renewal notices, or...more

Brownstone Appellate Law Firm Files Brief to Overturn Conviction in Dalia Dippolito Case

Brownstone Appellate Law Firm, led by attorneys Robert Sirianni, Michael Brownlee, and Andrew Greenlee, file the initial brief challenging the conviction and sentence in Dalia Dippolito case. In their brief, appellate...more

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