Grable Martin Fulton’s new patent attorney, Shiv Naimpally, offers a free one-hour consultation with any potential client to determine if they have something worth pursuing. This level of consideration is also evident in his patent applications. Shiv prefers to add as much information as possible, having found that seemingly minor details can make the difference between an approval and a
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Intellectual property and patent attorney Wei Wei Jeang has been selected to the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America for her work in patent law. She has been included on the annual list of top attorneys in the country every year since 2015.
To encourage more COVID-19 vaccinations, President Biden has announced a tax credit for employers that provide paid time off for their employees who take time off to receive and recover from a COVID-19 vaccination.
Congratulations to Suzy Fulton, who received the Lisa Evert Award of Excellence from the Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn American Inn of Court.
Grable Martin Fulton founding member Suzy Fulton has been recognized on the 2021 list of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas for her work in corporate law: technology transactions.
The DFW Business Podcast and the Legal Resource Network both welcomed Joe Garza to their virtual programming to discuss business – both locally and nationally – during the era of coronavirus.
With the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine, employers are wondering how vaccination relates to their plans to return employees to the workplace. In this post, we’ll provide some guidance for employers and answer some questions about the recent availability of COVID-19 vaccines and whether they can (or should) be required.
In this Q&A blog post, Grable Martin Fulton’s new attorney Chuck Landrum shares his patent law predictions stemming from the pandemic, as well as some tips for all the amateur gardeners out there just trying to keep their plants alive.
The new bipartisan bill signed into law on December 27, 2020 made a number of sweeping changes to U.S. trademark law. The Trademark Modernization Act amends the Trademark (Lanham) Act by clarifying the evidentiary burden for irreparable harm to obtain injunctive relief in trademark infringement litigation, as well as two other updates to procedures.
In a collaborative effort among business and privacy professionals, data and privacy attorney Brad Gold is one of the contributors to the Standards Council of Canada’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidance document.