Recently by Trent S. Dickey
Scott Stimpson and Trent Dickey, members at Sills Cummis & Gross, have years of experience working with Chinese companies and their lawyers on various patent and IP matters in the United States.Read More
Chinese Companies Seek Guidance on U.S. Intellectual Property Law
Scott Stimpson and Trent Dickey, members at Sills Cummis & Gross, are longtime experts on working with Chinese companies and their lawyers on various patent and IP matters in the United States.Read More
Are Restrictive Covenants Alive Or Dead?
The recent disputes between Hewlett-Packard Co. ("HP") and its former president and chief executive officer, Mark Hurd, have been the topic of much intrigue and public consumption. In addition, the publicity has prompted discussion of whether and under what circumstance restrictive covenants ("non...Read More
Is An Adverse Employment Consequence A Necessary Element For A Failure To Accommodate Claim In New Jersey?
The New Jersey Supreme Court recently said maybe not. In Victor v. State, 2010 N.J. LEXIS 834 (Sept. 13, 2010), the Court refrained from determining if an identifiable adverse employment consequence is an essential element of an employee's failure to accommodate claim under the New Jersey Law...Read More