Monthly Archives: February 2014

“Second-Guessing” Immunity for Trial Attorneys

February 3, 2014
Legal malpractice lawsuits often focus on the plaintiffs second-guessing the strategic and tactical decisions made by their own counsel in[...]

Pip And The Use Of The Medicare[...]

February 3, 2014
The ever-changing world of PIP is unpredictable. Frequent legislative changes, coupled with an oftentimes inconsistent and limited body of case[...]

new concerns for insurance agents with respect[...]

February 3, 2014
Recently, the Florida Legislature passed new legislation in an effort to decrease the number of policyholders that are insured with[...]

Contributory Trademark Infringement: What is it and[...]

February 2, 2014
Contributory Trademark Infringement can Effect Carriers Issuing everything from the Standard Commercial General Liability Policy all the way to an[...]

What is a Patent Troll and Why[...]

February 2, 2014
Patent Trolls have Cost U.S. Software and Internet based Companies Billions in Litigation Costs and Untold Amounts in Unreported Licensing[...]

Email Disclaimers: Recipient Beware

February 2, 2014
Email correspondences have become the norm in the legal world to exchange written communications with clients, opposing counsel, and governmental[...]

The “Real” Owners of Your Social Media[...]

February 2, 2014
From capturing those unforgettable life moments to tracking your weight loss goals with fellow dieters – the 21st Century social[...]