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No Bad Days Foundation Visits Liam at Ability Plus Therapy

On August 31, 2016, two members of the Widerman Malek team, Mark Warzecha (partner) and Daniel Davidson, on behalf of the firm’s not-for-profit, No Bad Days Foundation, visited Ability Plus Therapy to present Liam two therapy items that will hopefully bring some relief to him and his mom. Liam, who is autistic and suffers from […]

The No Bad Days Foundation Sponsors Kid-A-Palooza

The No Bad Days Foundation founded by Widerman Malek, PL sponsored and attended Kid-A-Palooza held at Wickham Park on July 29th. The No Bad Days Foundation was created to benefit children with disabilities in Brevard County through the purchase of life improving medical devices and other necessities otherwise not covered by insurance. Kid-A-Palooza is one of the […]

Widerman Malek Participates in Wacky Tacky Golf Tournament to Support Bridges Foundation

Members of the Widerman Malek team participated in the Wacky Tacky Golf Tournament on Friday March 18, 2016 to benefit the Bridges Foundation. Bridges is a non-profit that serves individuals with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities with residential housing, respite, day programs, recycling facility, and employment services. Bridges also proudly operates the Patriot House which […]

2012’s Most Pirated Movies

By Daniel Davidson The human race has made it to see 2012 come and go even with the looming December 21, 2012 Mayan doomsday prediction.  Therefore, Tactical IP will continue to bring our audience exciting news, information and updates of the intellectual property world, which too has survived the unfulfilling apocalypse. With the survival of […]

Patent Trolls Toll – Troll Litigation on the Rise

By Daniel Davidson Move over percentages of marriages that end in a divorce, there is a new percentage in town.  According to a new study of patent litigation released by a Colleen Chien, an assistant professor of law at Santa Clara University, approximately 61 percent (as of December 1, 2012) of U.S. patent lawsuits were […]

Trademark Registration Renewal Proposed Amendment

By Daniel Davidson The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has opened the floor for comment regarding a new proposed amendment to the trademark registration renewal periods.  Up to and including November 5, 2012, the USPTO will accept public comment regarding the proposal. Currently, a Section 8 or 71 Declaration of Continued Use or Non-Use must be […]

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