Monthly Archives: April 2013

Contractors Should Review Statutory Warranties

The St. Paul Pioneer Press recently released an article discussing expected home sales this Spring. According to the report, despite the shortage of inventory currently on the market, buyers are still being selective, and specifically making inspections part of their … Continue reading

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The Ramifications That Can Result From an Enforcement Action

Last month, The New York Times reported the ongoing issues faced by LPL Financial with respect to customer complaint arbitrations and regulatory enforcement actions.  According to the report, recent customer complaints and other matters have caused LPL to be on … Continue reading

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Doug Wah Wins Ruling in Louisiana Asbestos Appeal

A recent ruling by a Louisiana state appellate court highlights the degree of success asbestos manufacturers and other defendants can have  – even in jurisdictions which are historically hostile to asbestos defense claims. Foley & Mansfield partner Douglas Wah appeared … Continue reading

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Number of Top Level Web Domains to Expand – Are Your Trademarks Protected?

Currently, we all navigate to a website by typing a second level domain name (SLDN), e.g. “microsoft”, “amazon”, or “ebay” followed by one of a relatively small handful of top level domains (TLD’s), such as, “.com”, “.gov”, or “.biz”.  However, … Continue reading

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