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When is an Injunction Issued to Block Disclosure of a Trade Secret?

Intellectual Property Trade Secrets Tuesday, April 25, 2023

One of the first issues that arises in a misappropriation of trade secrets lawsuit is whether an injunction will be available to a plaintiff as the party trying to avoid...

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Weiner Law Group Partners Present Program on Business Divorce

Amy Gould business divorce business litigation Jay McDaniel Weiner Law Group News On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Jay McDaniel, Chair of the Business and Corporate Law Department and Amy Gould, a trust and estates partner, will speak at a program April 27, 2023 on Business Divorce presented...

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When Mental Incapacity Affects Validity of a Will

Fiduciary Litigation Trusts & Estates Thursday, April 20, 2023

One of the first issues that frequently accompanies the discovery of a new will, or a will with unanticipated provisions, is whether the testator had the mental capacity to create...

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Weiner Law Group Partner, Maggie Miller, Obtains Dismissal of Employment Claim against the Sussex County Charter School

Education Law education lawyers Employment Law Maggie Miller On behalf of Weiner Law Group LLP Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Robin Scheffler, a Charter School teacher, filed an appeal with the Commissioner of Education on September 11, 2020, challenging the non-renewal of her employment, alleging the same violated her tenure...

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Beneficiary Cannot Challenge Property Sale After Settlement of Estate

Fiduciary Litigation Trusts & Estates Wednesday, April 5, 2023

The beneficiary of a trust who had participated in a settlement that allowed the sale of his mother’s house was blocked from later claiming that he still had an interest...

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