Changes to Patent Law on March 16th – Updates Courtesy of Gregory Mayback, Esq.

This information has been provided by Gregory Mayback, Esq. of  Mayback & Hoffman, P.A. located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Greg can be reached at Greg@Mayback.com and you can learn more about his law firm at www.Mayback.com We are writing to keep you apprised of significant changes to U.S. patent laws.  The final changes will come into effect on March 16, 2013.  Please understand that these new […]

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Verizon Subpoena Resources

Need to get records from Verizon? Try these resources: Verizon Online – Civil Subpoena Policy Verizon – Legal Process Compliance Verizon Law Enforcement Resource  Verizon General Information Even if you aren’t a government employee or law enforcement, these guides can provide loads of great information such as specifically what information may be available and what type of terminology they favor […]

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eFiling Portal Frequently Asked Questions

This article appears in the Florida Bar News February 15, 2013 edition. For your convenience, an exact copy of the article is included below, to see the original article on the Florida Bar’s website, CLICK HERE Florida’s E-filing Portal is up and running By April 1 all attorneys and all clerks will be required to use Florida’s e-filing portal for […]

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Broward Family Law Practitioners – Take Note! Judge Tim Bailey Takes Over for Judge Luzzo

Thank you to my anonymous paralegal friend from Broward for providing todays tidbit of information: Listen up ladies (and gents) who practice family law in Broward County. As you know we have lost a few of the ole favorites and now have new faces sitting on the bench. Let’s welcome Judge Tim Bailey in Division 41 taking over for John […]

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Reminder: Mandatory e-filing in civil cases begins on April 1, 2013

Are you prepared for efiling? If not, don’t think they aren’t serious!! The following article appears in the February 1, 2013 Florida Bar News, you can CLICK HERE to see the original article on the Florida Bar’s Website. Mandatory e-filing in civil cases begins in April. Authority board asks the Legislature for $1.1 million to fund a help desk to […]

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Use Unroll.me to get control of your out-of-control Inbox

Unroll.me is the easiest way to manage your inbox.Unsubscribe from unwanted email subscriptions, discover new ones and organize them all in one place. Instead of receiving all of these emails that clog up your inbox, you will receive a SINGLE daily rollup email that will be delivered directly to your inbox at the time of your choice. Then, you can easily click on […]

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MDLSA 2012/2013 $1,000 Legal Studies Scholarship – Reminder – Deadline is February 1, 2013

Miami-Dade Legal Support Association Scholarship Committee 2012/2013 Student Scholarship This is to announce the availability of two $1,000 scholarships to qualifying high school seniors or college students interested in a law-related career, including, but not limited to legal assistant, legal secretary, paralegal or attorney. Scholastic ability and leadership qualities are the primary criteria for consideration. A minimum 3.0 GPA is […]

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Florida Bar News Article: Nonlawyer staff may e-file

CLICK HERE to read the original article on the Florida Bar’s website. The article is included below in its entirety. Lawyers may allow nonlawyer staff under their supervision to use the lawyer’s login and passwords to electronically file court documents through the new state court electronic portal, according to an ethics opinion recently approved by the Bar Board of Governors. […]

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Florida Bar News Article: e-Service to be part of e-Filing

CLICK HERE to read the article on the Florida Bar’s website. The article is included in its entirety below. Electronic service of notices and case documents will eventually be included as part of the Florida court’s new statewide electronic filing system, but the authority overseeing the portal that is the entrance to the system plans to ask the Legislature for […]

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