On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States (opinion here) struck down a provision of the Lanham Act (the Federal Trademark statute) that bans registration of “disparaging” trademarks as an unconstitutional violation of freedom of speech protections under...

The Sixth Circuit decision in Carpenter v. United States affirmed the FBI’s warrantless collection of location data that put the defendants’ cell phones within a half-mile to two miles of the location of each of the at issue robberies.  Over the course of 127 days, the...

On May 30, 2017, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Lexmark’s patent infringement suit against Impression Products for refurbishing and reselling Lexmark printer cartridges.  Lexmark sued on theories of Patent Infringement and Breach of Contract.

Prior to the...

The New York Times, reports on Google’s (through its lesser known sister company, Waymo) ongoing suit against Uber.  Former Waymo engineer Levandowski left the company to start his own start up in driverless automobiles, Otto, which Uber acquired in 2016 for approximat...

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Amendment 1 - Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption:

What does it do?  Some homeowners will save a few hundred dollars on their property taxes.  M...

Understanding Florida’s 2018 Amendments

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