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  • 3 Things to Know when Taking Depositions in Taipei (Updated)
    Posted by Planet Depos on August 16, 2017 at 2:25 pm

    By Suzanne Quinson Many depositions are taken yearly in Taiwan, mainly in the cities of Hsinchu, Taichung, and Taipei, the nation’s political, economic, and cultural center. Naturally, Taipei has all the amenities necessary to comfortably host depositions, with all the conveniences expected ...Continue Reading The post 3 Things to Know when Taking Depositions in Taipei (Updated) appeared first on . […]

  • 8 Tips to Save Time & Money on Depositions (Updated)
    Posted by Planet Depos on August 9, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    Who isn’t trying to be more economical these days? It seems everyone is tightening their belts just a bit. Law firms are no different, trying to cut costs for frugal clients looking for any expenses they can cut. Large cases ...Continue Reading The post 8 Tips to Save Time & Money on Depositions (Updated) appeared first on . […]

  • 5 Client Deposition Preparation Tips
    Posted by Planet Depos on August 2, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Guest Post by Henry E. Floyd, Jr., Esq – Attorney with Koonz, McKenney, Johnson, DePaolis & Lightfoot, L.L.P. You have heard it many times: failure to plan means planning to fail. Depositions sometimes offer a poignant example of this maxim. Many lawyers schedule a deposition and ...Continue Reading The post 5 Client Deposition Preparation Tips appeared first on . […]

  • 5 Keys to Coordinating International Depositions (Updated)
    Posted by Planet Depos on July 26, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Updated by Suzanne Quinson Coordinating international depositions can be an expensive, time-consuming process. Working with a court reporting firm experienced in international depositions greatly reduces the time and expense law firms would encounter on their own.  An agency which routinely ...Continue Reading The post 5 Keys to Coordinating International Depositions (Updated) appeared first on . […]

  • Planning for Depositions in Spain (Updated 2017)
    Posted by Planet Depos on July 24, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    By Suzanne Quinson Planning for depositions in Europe can be challenging for a variety of reasons.  Fortunately, coordinating depositions in Spain is not too different from planning depositions in the U.S.  Spain is one of the parties to The Hague ...Continue Reading The post Planning for Depositions in Spain (Updated 2017) appeared first on . […]

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    • Dream to Reality – Helping Inventors Patent New Technologies
      Posted by USPTO on August 16, 2017 at 8:14 pm

      A blog about the USPTO from the Department of Commerce Small businesses and independent inventors both serve a vital role in our nation’s economy. And, helping those with limited resources is an important goal of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The […]

    • Federal Agencies Tackling Trademark Scams
      Posted by USPTO on August 2, 2017 at 9:02 pm

      Guest Blog by Commissioner for Trademarks Mary Boney Denison Some trademark applicants and registrants have paid fees to private companies while mistakenly thinking they were paying fees required by the USPTO. To combat this problem, last week, the USPTO co-hosted its first ever […]

    • Inspiring Young Minds to be Innovators and Pursue their Dreams
      Posted by USPTO on August 1, 2017 at 9:31 pm

      Blog by Joe Matal, Performing the Functions and Duties of the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the USPTO At Camp Invention, almost two million students have explored their own innate creativity, inventiveness and entrepreneurial spirit in a […]

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    • Jury Hands J&J, Bayer Win In 3rd Xarelto Bellwether
      Posted on August 18, 2017 at 9:52 pm

      A Mississippi federal jury on Friday sided with Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc. in a bellwether case brought by a woman claiming the blood thinner Xarelto caused gastrointestinal bleeding that required her hospitalization, according to the plaintiff’s and defendants’ representatives. […]

    • Icahn Quits Post As Trump Adviser After Conflict Concerns
      Posted on August 18, 2017 at 9:43 pm

      Activist investor and CVR Energy chair Carl Icahn resigned Friday as President Donald Trump’s special regulatory adviser in the wake of conflict of interest questions related to his renewable-fuel market activities and ownership in insurance giant American International Group. […]

    • Ex-ArthroCare CEO Convicted Again In $750M Fraud Scheme
      Posted on August 18, 2017 at 9:08 pm

      A Texas federal jury Friday found the former CEO of ArthroCare Corp. guilty of wire fraud and securities fraud for his role in a scheme to inflate the medical device company’s sales and revenue numbers, which cost investors $750 million, after his first conviction was vacated and gave way to a retrial. […]

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    • How Robyn Pollack Plans To Boost The Attraction And Retention of Millennial Women At Law Firms
      Posted by Renwei Chung on August 18, 2017 at 11:19 pm

      She thinks firms should be investing in millennial women to build the next generation of leaders. […]

    • Non-Sequiturs: 08.18.17
      Posted by Elie Mystal on August 18, 2017 at 10:42 pm

      * The first letter of every paragraph in this rebuke to President Trump from the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities spell out the word "Resist." That's putting your English degree to its highest possible use. [Politico] * "[The Statue to Stephen Foster] was commissioned in 1900 by a local newspaper editor who imagined Foster, 'catching the inspiration for his melodies from the fingers of an old darkey reclining at his feet strumming negro airs upon an old banjo,' per a 2010 City Paper article." The "culture" some people are defending is embarrassing for y'all. [Very Smart Brothers] * This is why we can't have nice things like democracy vouchers. Alternative headline: we can have democracy vouchers and catch the people who try to abuse them. [Election Law Blog] * The ABA is rolling out a "fact check" website for the public looking for legal information. It's an interesting idea. I wonder if they should do it for law schools? Hmm... if only there were some body, some "accreditation association" of some kind, that could professionally fact check law schools, and deny an imprimatur of legitimacy on schools that routinely mislead their students. I'm telling you, the ABA might be onto something here. [Simple Justice] * I'm in the Daily Caller pooping on Roger Taney. I'm sure no minds have been changed but, hey, Dred Scott didn't win either. [Daily Caller] * Cass Sunstein heroically managed to talk about infrastructure. [Bloomberg View] * This is probably the first day that I've been excited to check in with Breitbart. "Get Ready For Bannon The Barbarian," they say. Yeah. This popcorn is so good, you guys. [Breitbart […]

    • The ‘Renaissance Attorney’: No, Lawyers Don’t Need To Learn Math Or Science (Yet)
      Posted by Brian Grossman on August 18, 2017 at 10:18 pm

      The more you can do for a client, the more a client will rely on you, making you a more indispensable asset to their business. […]