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UNDERSTANDING THE DIVORCE PROCESS
UNDERSTANDING THE DIVORCE PROCESS
A Pet or Not a Pet?
Condominium associations that have a "no pets" policy are often faced with the challenge of knowing when to allow a reasonable accommodation to permit an owner to have an animal. This article explores some of the considerations related to providing a reasonable accommodation.
A How-To Guide to DMCA Takedowns
If a U.S. website is using your images without your permission, the easiest and fastest way to stop infringement is to send the website a “DMCA Takedown Notice” to remove your work from the site.
Copyright Protection for Architecture: Do Photographs Infringe?
Does the architect who retains ownership in his or her work have the right to stop others from copying?
Calling all Realtors: Learn Copyright and Fear Not the Cease and Desist Letter!
Misinformation abounds on the internet. There is nothing new about that. But it is especially true when it comes to copyright law.
Health E-Insights: An Interview with Joel Rothman
Joel Rothman is board certified in intellectual property law . He represents dietary supplement, food and beverage companies in deceptive and unfair trade practice litigation, product claims substantiation, and intellectual property litigation in courts across the country
Effective due diligence for mergers, acquisitions and financial transactions in the food, beverage and dietary supplement industry: avoiding recalls,
Effective due diligence for mergers, acquisitions and financial transactions in the food, beverage and dietary supplement industry: avoiding recalls,
What happens when your child is being bullied on Facebook or in other social media?
What happens when your child is being bullied on Facebook or in other social media?
Updates on foreclosure practice
NY Law requires the foreclosure plaintiff's attorney must file a "certificate of merit" attesting to his or her knowledge that the foreclosure plaintiff is the "creditor entitled to enforce rights" under the subject loan documents, and that the foreclosure suit has a "reasonable basis."
NJ Law requires employers to allow 20 days leave for domestic violence.
NJ SAFE Act provides that any employee in NJ who was a victim of “domestic violence” or whose child, parent, spouse, domestic partner, or civil union partner was a victim, is entitled to unpaid leave of up to 20 days (to be used in the twelve (12) month period following the incident or offense).
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