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Families First Coronavirus Response Act Impacts Employees and Employers

Due to the damaging effects that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is having on health and finances, the United States Congress continues to pass legislation to help provide relief to people. One of the larger bills recently signed into law is the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The full FFCRA actually contains several bills or […]

Update – Widerman Malek Offices During COVID-19 Crisis

To our clients and colleagues: We hope you and your families are safe and well. As we all continue to navigate the ongoing issues related to COVID-19, Widerman Malek would like to provide a status update of our current operating procedures. Our firm continues to be fully operational and available for clients. However, to protect […]

Immigration Services and COVID-19 – Continuing to Assist Legal Needs of Our New and Existing Clients

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, including the closings of businesses, schools, and government offices and courts around the country, the immigration department at Widerman Malek remains open and will continue to provide legal representation for most types of U.S. immigration cases. What You Need to Know During the Crisis: Safety – For the […]

What Widerman Malek is doing during the COVID-19 crisis

Greetings to all of our clients and colleagues: In this strange and difficult time, Widerman Malek is taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our employees and anyone with whom we have been in contact. We are available to you regardless of whether COVID-19 makes it necessary to close our physical offices. Our firm […]

Widerman Malek P.L. Hosts 7th Annual “Kickin’ It For Hope” Event to Raise Money for Children with Disabilities

We were proud to host the 7th Annual “Kickin’ It For Hope” kickball tournament which raised money for the No Bad Days Foundation, a nonprofit who provides life-enhancing medical devices and other necessities for children with disabilities that have been denied by insurance. This year, over 250 people were in attendance, and the event raised […]

Annual Kickin’ It For Hope Event for No Bad Days Foundation – Join Us Saturday, February 8

Please join the No Bad Days Foundation, Widerman Malek and members of the Brevard County community for this annual fun day of kickball and other family-friendly activities! Kickin’ It For Hope Event Details Saturday, February 8, 2020 Pre-registration: 9 a.m. ~ Games begin: 10 a.m. Viera Regional Park 2300 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera, FL […]

Pierron Becomes Widerman Malek Equity Partner

Melbourne, FL (January 7, 2020) – Attorney Daniel C. Pierron becomes an equity partner at the law firm Widerman Malek. Pierron focuses his practice on representing clients in the prosecution of patents and trademarks before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and counseling inventors and businesses on various intellectual property strategies. He is also […]

Recent Developments for Intellectual Property Rights in India

Widerman Malek strives to keep our clients informed about the latest national and global intellectual property news. Our Mumbai colleagues from the law firm of Singhania & Co. recently shared their newsletter about intellectual property in India. Here is what you need to know: In the recent times, India has been trying to establish itself […]

Hong Kong Launches New Patent System

At Widerman Malek, we have a global network of attorneys and law firms to keep our clients apprised of new procedures in the world of intellectual property. Our Hong Kong colleagues, Ai-Leen Lim and Charlie Liu of AWA Asia, recently posted an update about Hong Kong’s new patent system. Here is what you need to […]

Finalizing Business Agreements – What Willie Taggart and Florida State Can Teach Us

As a Florida State University alumnus, a recent news topic caught my attention. According to reports, the FSU Seminoles former head football coach, Willie Taggart, was possibly fired without the execution of a formal contract. Allegedly, the only document memorializing the university’s hiring of Taggart was a nine-page letter of agreement. Of course, if that […]

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