Posts Tagged ‘virginia’

Interesting Article on IP’s Benefits to VA’s Economy

Even as manufacturing and heavy industry is outsourced, I am ever encouraged by America’s very, very strong intellectual property regime.  Here is an encouraging article on Virginia’s (and our country’s) continued culture of innovation in the Jefferson Policy Journal, especially in the area of biotechnology.

 

Skiing With Lawyers Can Be Dangerous to Your Appeal

In a rebuke to the “blame game,” the Virginia Supreme Court affirmed a trial court’s decision to kick out a legal malpractice case on summary judgment. In Wintergreen Partners, Inc. v. McGuireWoods, LLP, Wintergreen contended that its former lawyers at McGuireWoods screwed up an appeal. As noted by the Supreme Court, McGuireWoods “failed to ensure […]