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Do You Need To Threaten Litigation To Trigger Declaratory Judgment Subject Matter Jurisdiction?

Erbaviva, LLC, a California LLC, sent a demand letter to Era Organics, a Florida company.  The letter identified a number of Erbaviva federal trademark registrations, and “request[ed]” Era Organics:

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Shutts Team Involved in Top Bankruptcy Cases of 2018

Orlando partner James Timko and Tampa attorney Lauren Strickerrepresented parties in two cases listed as the top 10 bankruptcy cases in the Tampa Bay area in 2018. The report, provided by American City Business Leads, combined information collected from November 1, 2017, to November 30, 2018, for the Tampa area.

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U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Names Shutts & Bowen to Best Law Firms List

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers, for the ninth consecutive year, collaboratively announced the release of the “Best Law Firms” rankings. Shutts & Bowen was named to the 2019 list.

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Shutts Continues Growth, Adds New Partners in Three Florida Offices

Shutts & Bowen LLP continues to expand its AppellateBusiness Litigation, and Tax and International Lawpractice groups throughout the Sunshine State. The firm announced today that it has added partners Meredith S. Delcamp in Tampa, Rachel E. Nordby in Tallahassee, and Veronica Vilarchao in Miami.

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Does The Labor Day Holiday’s Mattress Sale Weekend Warrant a Temporary Restraining Order?

No.

The owner of the TEMPUR-PEDIC bedding brand (“Plaintiff”) has sued a number of defendants, including a former retailer as well as the owner of the THERAPEDIC bedding brand.  Through that lawsuit, Plaintiff seeks to enjoin sales of the THERAPEDIC bedding.

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Are fees recoverable automatically when you make a “good” offer of judgment?

Nope.  The party seeking fees pursuant to a rejected Rule 68 Offer of Judgment still has the burden of showing a proper offer was made, was served, and was not accepted.

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Shutts Strengthens Intellectual Property Law Practice Group in West Palm Beach Office

Shutts & Bowen today announced that it added two new attorneys to its statewide Intellectual Property practice group in West Palm Beach. Steven M. Greenberg joins as a partner and Alexander Schneider joins as an associate.

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Top Three Ways for Contractors to Score a Federal Indictment

As if the threat of local or state licensure investigations is not enough to induce an instant case of irritable bowel syndrome for a contractor that just realized they unwittingly ran afoul of state regulations – or already knew and just got caught – contractors would be wise to recognize that their missteps could land them in even hotter water with the United States government.  There is a myriad of ways to invite a federal indictment on your construction project, but this series is limited to three of the most common construction related prosecutions by the Department of Justice.  We begin with a personal and professional carcinogen: illegal asbestos removal.

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Andrés José Hernández Lossada Listed in Legal Week’s Private Client Global Elite

Andrés José Hernández Lossada was selected in Legal Week’s Private Client Global Elite: ‘Ones to Watch’ 2018.

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85 Shutts & Bowen Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America® 2019

Shutts and Bowen is proud to announce 85 lawyers were recognized by their peers for inclusion in 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America® for 2019.  Partners Hank Jackson, John Patterson, and Woodrow “Woody” Pollack were also selected as “Lawyer of the Year” in Litigation—Intellectual Property, Real Estate Law, and Litigation –Patent, respectively. “Lawyer of the Year” honorees receive this award based on their extremely high overall feedback within specific practice areas and metropolitan regions.

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