Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Dog Bite Attorney Review of Maddox v. FFBG

Dog Bite Attorney Review of Maddox v. Florida Farm Bureau General, Etc. In Maddox v. Florida Farm Bureau General, Etc., dog bite attorneys on both sides agreed that Crystal Maddox and her son Ivan were each bit in the face by the dog, Dixie. [1]  The bite to Maddox came after she attempted to remove Dixie’s bite from Ivan’s face.  The question that the dog bite attorneys disputed over was whether […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:17+00:00 January 29th, 2014|Civil Litigation, Dog Bite|Comments Off on Dog Bite Attorney Review of Maddox v. FFBG

Accident Attorney Review of Coddington v. Nunez

In Coddington v. Nunez, an accident attorney brought a client’s case before the court on behalf of Jaime Nunez. [1]  Mr. Nunez was involved in an automobile accident in which his vehicle was struck by Thomas and Gwynneth Coddington.  The case put forth by the accident attorney returned a jury verdict finding $600,000 in total sustained damages.  However, the jury found that Mr. Nunez was twenty-five percent liable for his injuries and accordingly, his accident attorney secured a final judgment in the amount of $488,500.  See Id.  The appellate court reversed because the trial court erred when it […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:17+00:00 January 26th, 2014|Car Accident, Civil Litigation|Comments Off on Accident Attorney Review of Coddington v. Nunez

Accident Attorney Review of Pack v. Geico

With medical bills on the line, the appellants accident attorney in the case below filed an appeal after the jury awarded zero damages. In Vicky Pack v. Geico General Insurance Company, Vicky Pack’s accident attorney filed suit against Ms. Pack’s insurance company, Geico, against her uninsured motorist policy. [1]  The Accident Attorney for Geico conceded at the start of trial that […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:17+00:00 January 23rd, 2014|Car Accident, Civil Litigation|Comments Off on Accident Attorney Review of Pack v. Geico

Patent Attorney review of Miami Tech v. Perez

In Miami Tech, Inc. v. Perez, the Court granted the patent attorney for the Defendant’s motion to dismiss for failure to state a patent infringement claim for which relief can be granted.  Case No. 13-CV-21681.  The declaratory action asked the court to declare that the patent registration No. 8,348,071 was invalid. [1]  Plaintiff’s patent attorney alleged that Defendant committed inequitable conduct in obtaining the patent because allegedly […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:17+00:00 January 19th, 2014|Patents|Comments Off on Patent Attorney review of Miami Tech v. Perez

Trademark Attorney Keeps You On Track

Keep Your Business On Track – Hire a South Florida Trademark Attorney Trademarks are all too commonly considered optional to many businesses.  However, having a trademark attorney register your trademarks is one of the best business decisions that your business can make because hiring a trademark attorney to file your trademark application requires a small fee in comparison to the time and money should you later be forced to stop using your business name or slogan. Doing It Yourself In too many cases, individuals forgo hiring a trademark attorney.  This is a mistake.  Many mistakes will go unnoticed at the Trademark Office because the Trademark Office does not […]

By | 2017-05-18T18:53:18+00:00 January 19th, 2014|Trademarks|Comments Off on Trademark Attorney Keeps You On Track