...line Denver firm Sherman & Howard. We always said we wanted to practice together again...
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Apple wins the largest patent victory ever against Samsung—that is, if the award stands
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... Tampa office has expanded with the addition of LYNN WELTER SHERMAN as partner and TIFFANY DIIORIO as special counsel. Both...
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