...you can learn: Use PDF annotation tools, such as Adobe Acrobat, to type or add "Exhibit A" to the bottom...
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The "Ethics Forum" titled "Lawyering, not technology, should drive the practice," by Samuel C. Stretton in the Sept. 13 issue of Pennsylvania Law Weekly made me do a double take
As the Rolling Stones have touted for decades: "You can't always get what you want. But if you try sometimes, you'll find you get what you need." True for life and surprisingly, also true for softwar
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) is a federal entity and one of 14 bureaus in the U.S. Department of Commerce. In the late 1990s the USPTO, led by the Office of Management and Budget, parti
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...filers are exempt. The briefs must be filed as Adobe Acrobat (.PDF) files, which means lawyers will need to purchase software to...
...document format), which is technology produced by Adobe Systems Inc. The Adobe Acrobat Reader, required to view a PDF file, is available free of...
Using the Web, lawyers can search patents and trademarks throughout the world. Here is a guide to some of the best Web sites for searching patents and trademarks worldwide
The U.S. District Court of New Jersey is revving up for electronic filing, which will speed and cheapen the flow of documents without costing practitioners much for computer upgrades
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