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03 / 03 / 2017

3 Ways to Protect Your Interests in Business to Business Litigation Cases

Whether you already own your own business or just like to stay current on business news, you likely need no reminding that we live in litigious times. At VLF, our clients have gotten past the eye-rolling stage when it comes to lawsuits, and they are...

10 / 12 / 2016

Protecting Your Brand: 3 Major Trademark Disputes

Trademarks are the symbols, names, or brands that are used to distinguish between the sources of similar types of products. Our culture is filled with trademarks.

10 / 10 / 2016

Shareholders Sue Volkswagen after Dieselgate Scandal

Towards the end of September 2015, the EPA issued Volkswagen Group a notice of violation of the Clean Air Act after the EPA discovered Volkswagen intentionally programmed some of its diesel engines to “activate certain emissions controls only during...

10 / 05 / 2016

You Can Trademark That? Be Careful Who You Say "Thank You" To

Two corporate giants are fighting over good table manners.  Recently, the multinational investment banking behemoth, Citigroup, sued the multinational telecommunications behemoth, AT&T, in federal court for how AT&T says “thank you” to its own...

08 / 24 / 2016

Deflategate and Collective Bargaining Agreements

On July 13, 2016, the Second Circuit denied the request by the NFL Players Association and Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, for a rehearing on their case regarding Brady’s four-game suspension by the NFL as punishment for allegedly...

08 / 17 / 2016

Fifth Circuit Finds Arbitration Agreement Unenforceable

Back in early March, the Fifth Circuit issued an opinion over Nelson v. Watch House International, LLC. This was a federal court ruling and thus takes precedence over a state appellate ruling outside the Texas Supreme Court under federal law.

Vethan Law's guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act

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