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16 Dec 2011, 4:55 pm by jtarley
From last year How HOAs are dealing with the bad economy. RT @stephanebisson – 5 surprising facts about HOA defaults http://t.co/T8GM2HKE # Even more law talk in #TrueGrit “I don’t like you. I hope you go to jail. My lawyer will not help you.” http://t.co/V6skNaYK # Blog Post: Can an engineering firm limit its liability [...] [read post]
11 Nov 2011, 4:55 pm by jtarley
The Tarley Robinson HOA Daily is out! http://t.co/aBfVTsut ? Top stories today via @lisamagillesq @associa @chrisjaglowitz @nv_hoa_cam # Thanks for the RT @StephenMarcus1 @NV_HOA_CAM @conflict_coach Lawsuits against HOAs-expensive and time-consuming http://t.co/jCxXpGAU # Tarley Robinson Virginia Law is out! http://t.co/qplF7MWv ? Top stories today via @docketzva @kyrahowell @sljesq @jayokeeffe @mcdonoughlawva # THOMAS O. MORIARTY & EDMUND [...] [read post]
20 Jan 2012, 4:55 pm by jtarley
Blog Post Ban on kids playing football = housing discrimination lawsuit against Chesapeake condominium assoc… http://t.co/1wLdS6ov #in # New blog post on Geiger Counters: "Sanctioning Lawyers" http://t.co/I6Prcx6D RT @AndrewMcRoberts Cool Blog Name Geiger! # Blog Post: If your company was formed in another state, make sure you properly register in #Virginia http://t.co/EJi98I6o #VirginiaLaw # Make [...] [read post]
4 Nov 2011, 4:55 pm by jtarley
New Blog Post: The Changing Landscape of Community Association Law. http://t.co/1ui6zISU RT @SeaCondoAtty # The Tarley Robinson HOA Daily is out! http://t.co/aBfVTsut ? Top stories today via @condoca @chrisjaglowitz @condoassoc @amberprprtymgmt # How Long Should Your Lawyer Blog Title Be? http://t.co/6aCxWpgL RT @tomfosterweb # 2011-2012 Disclosure Checklist for community associations http://t.co/D4damnbp RT @SwedGottHOALaw # A [...] [read post]
25 Nov 2011, 4:55 pm by jtarley
W&M’s ‘Turkeypalooza’ provides #Thanksgiving meals to Williamsburg people in need – http://t.co/Zs8DA8ip @campuskitchens @WMLawComm @WMNews # William & Mary Law School Students Set New Record with #Thanksgiving Generosity http://t.co/2EPYn5zk RT @wmlawschool # #WM Campus plumps up for #Thanksgiving 3 van loads of food donated by #BLSA from @WMLawSchool http://t.co/mAIZhaeQ via @VaGazette # Blog Post: Getting [...] [read post]
7 Oct 2011, 4:55 pm by jtarley
Very nice personal story from @paulfletcher of @VALW about his grandfather, a newspaperman http://t.co/9wVhD2z5 # Grenade at Williamsburg police station was fake http://t.co/svHtqjw9 # Blog Post: How HOA covenant enforcement benefits owners http://t.co/6bcuRWS9 #in # Virginia homeowner builds contrary to HOA-approved building plans; judge orders changes to comply http://t.co/i3VR5crL RT @VALW #in # Woman brought [...] [read post]
13 Jan 2012, 4:55 pm by jtarley
Blog Post: Arbitration in debt collection: FTC says it’s a broken system http://t.co/rDCr5FVs # HOA Question: Should I Pay My Condominium or Homeowner’s Dues while facing Foreclosure? http://t.co/Q4JS3yab RT @AccellPM # Blog post: What happens when your business partner wants to leave? Do’s and Don’ts http://t.co/UTL1HJSy #businesslaw # Thanks Donna – you too! #FF @CondoandHOALaw [...] [read post]
24 Feb 2012, 4:55 pm by jtarley
Blog Post: Limited Liability Companies: What happens to an LLC when a Member dies? http://t.co/gHjc64CO #in # Blog post: What your HOA can/must do to help handicap resident http://t.co/Zx65NQ6r RT @canetwork # Blog Post: HOAs and Management Companies – Does your contract say what you think it says? http://t.co/Jq7ZmFnM #in # Blog post: Legal Conflict [...] [read post]
13 Aug 2011, 10:47 am by Jack Lander
In business and the corporate world, it’s all about who know. When bringing an invention idea to fruition, it’s all about whom you partner with. There are tangible, financial benefits to finding partners who offer services vital to your new company’s survival. These services may come from a designer, prototyper, patent lawyer or manufacturer. In other words, they bring to the table more than the deep pockets of a venture capitalist or angel investor. [read post]
9 Mar 2012, 4:55 pm by jtarley
#ColonialWilliamsburg & #VDHR object to #HalseyMinor #039;s 3rd #Bankruptcy Plan for Carter's Grove. http://t.co/bwNmm1Mf #WBGVA # Blog Post: Attorneys – Don't #blog about your client's case: http://t.co/7OZ80eaJ Thanks for the RT @MlnarikLawGroup # Va. General Assembly will adjourn Saturday without a budget http://t.co/T2X3ZnV4 # #FF these #Virginia attorneys @albraunesq @andrewmcroberts @vaavnatty @_robdean @constructionlaw @szucker @AmyLElliott [...] [read post]
9 May 2011, 12:35 pm by Gene Quinn
To help what might be the best ideas and inventions percolate to the top Foreman has created what he refers to as a "Patent Attorney Referral Program." This program is designed to benefit patent attorneys and patent agents whose clients submit innovative ideas and concepts. This isn't one of those unethical referral programs though, so no worries there. If a client of a patent attorney or patent agent is selected and accepts the offer of assistance from the Innovation Fund then the patent attorney… [read post]
3 Mar 2011, 12:20 pm by Gene Quinn
As the debate in the Senate starts to wind down and moves to the House of Representatives, whether you are pro-reform or against reform, get involved and participate. Taking the time to be engaged can go a long way. In listening to the debate in the Senate over the past 4 days it is clear to me that Senators are listening to those on both sides who engage in thoughtful debate. While I am often cynical about government, it has been refreshing to watch. Painful at times, but nice to see that… [read post]
20 Jul 2011, 1:11 pm by Gene Quinn
Louis Foreman, the producer of the Emmy Award winning PBS television show Everyday Edisons and the publisher of Inventors Digest, announced in April 2011 that he was launching of a $25 million Innovation Fund. Phase 1 of the search for inventions for the Fund to invest in was completed in mid-June 2011. Phase 2 of the search for inventions and ideas has just begun and will run through Monday, September 12th, 2011. He tells me that the Fund is off to a great start and has received some very… [read post]
11 Mar 2010, 9:46 am by Michael White
I'm not a huge fan of the U.S. Patent Classification System. It's not intuitive and its documentation can be intimidating. The structure of the USPC is a mish-mash of historical practices and applied theories. Although it's frequently described as a hierarchical system, it's actually flat, like a train. The numbering and arrangement of the classes (railway cars) has no relationship to their contents. For example, patents relating to Fences, Active Solid-State Devices and Railway Mail Delivery are… [read post]
8 Apr 2010, 8:50 am by Gene Quinn
Louis Foreman is the creator, executive producer and lead judge of the Emmy® award-winning PBS reality show Everyday Edisons, which features ordinary people transforming their original ideas into retail products.  Foreman is also Chief Executive of Enventys, an integrated product design and engineering firm with offices in Charlotte, NC and Taiwan, as well as the publisher of Inventors Digest, the largest and oldest publication for the inventor community.  He is also co-author of The… [read post]
6 Nov 2010, 4:13 pm by Renee C. Quinn
Top: Ken Bloemer, Cathie Kirik, Louis Foreman, Warren Tuttle. Bottom: John Calvert, Art Fry, George Peters, Michael Diep. This week I attended the 15th Annual Independent Inventors Conference at the USPTO in Alexandria, Virginia.  During this event I was able to interact with many independent inventors, many individuals that work within the IP community and many employees of the USPTO, including USPTO Director David Kappos, Commissioner for Patents Robert Stoll, Deputy Commissioner for Patents,… [read post]