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Baron & Budd P.C. Announces Expansion Of California Presence

LOS ANGELES - Baron & Budd P.C. has announced the expansion of the firm's California office. Previously located in Beverly Hills, the California office has been moved to Century City. The new office focuses on complex litigation, including the...

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New Name, Same Mission For AlvaradoSmith

SAN FRANCISCO - "It is with great enthusiasm that we announce our firm's expansion of its California presence under the new name of AlvaradoSmith, a Professional Corporation," said AlvaradoSmith Founding Shareholder Ruben Smith. The law...

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Ballard Spahr Opens 13th Office

SAN DIEGO - Ballard Spahr opened its 13th office and significantly expanded its white collar and general litigation capability in the West with the addition of a group of attorneys from the San Diego litigation boutique La Bella & McNamara LLP, Ballard...

Mark Rogers
High Court Declines To Hear Tiffany’s Trademark Infringement Case Against Ebay

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (Mealey's) The U.S. Supreme Court on Nov. 29 declined to grant a petition for certiorari by Tiffany (NJ) Inc. in a case in which the high-end jeweler had accused online auction site eBay Inc. of trademark infringement ( Tiffany...

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Tracy D. Fitzsimmons On Assessing The Duty To Provide Product Warnings In Languages Other Than English

In this Emerging Issues commentary, Attorney Tracy D. Fitzsimmons discusses the issue of providing product warnings in different languages. Consumers or workers that can't speak English aren't able to comprehend English-only product warnings....

Jennifer Hans
Supreme Court Denies Petition To Review Ruling In Asbestos Coverage Lawsuit

WASHINGTON, D.C.- (Mealey's) The U.S. Supreme Court on Nov. 30 denied an insurer's petition for certiorari seeking review of the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals' ruling that a 1986 injunction issued in asbestos manufacturer Johns-Manville...