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How Intellectual Property Laws Help Make Athletes More Effective

While it might sound a bit out there, intellectual property laws are part of what helps athletes improve. Athletes rely on technology and tools just as much as the next person, and some of the created technologies available make them better than they were before. For this reason, most athletes have been improved thanks to […]

Jersey Day at Widerman Malek, PL

It was the 1st day of football season, so the Widerman Malek team once again donned their favorite team jerseys in order to represent and support them as they make their way through the season.

Paul J. Ditmyer Joins Widerman Malek, PL

Widerman Malek, PL is pleased to announce that Paul J. Ditmyer has joined the firm as a Patent Attorney. Mr. Ditmyer, a member of the Florida bar, graduated from the Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio with a degree in engineering and then graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Columbus School of Law at the […]

Why Intellectual Property Laws Were Created

Intellectual property laws are as old as the Middle Ages and they probably go back even farther than that, that’s just the oldest proof that we have that they existed at all. Anyway, back in the Middle Ages Guilds were given control of a specific profession or skillset. The guilds were given full control over […]

Widerman Malek Attorneys Present CLE on Unmanned Vehicle Systems to the Brevard Bar Association

Attorneys Kelly Swartz and Ed Kinberg, founders of the Unmanned Systems Group at Widerman Malek, presented a CLE to local attorneys with the Brevard Bar Association on “Drone/Quadcopter Recreational and Commercial Use: What You Need to Know.” This CLE was held on August 25th at The Brevard Law Library. Issues discussed were Liability, Best Practices, […]

SCWID Hosted a Panel Discussion on Unmanned Vehicles – Drones

On August 24th, Space Coast Women in Defense hosted a panel discussion on, “Unmanned Vehicles – Drones and the Impact on You and Your Business.” Attorneys Ed Kinberg and Kelly Swartz participated on the panel. Kelly Swartz, an Intellectual Property attorney, is the Director of Widerman Malek’s Unmanned Systems Group, and Ed Kinberg is an […]

IP Law Offices are Providing Raises to Lawyers Specializing in the Field

Lawyers that specialize in the field of IP law are now being granted raises, jobs and the joining of law firms with one another. This is to boost the appeal of many law offices that do not specialize in this field. Many of them are getting requests to be covered under their legal counsel, but […]

Bosco’s in Anchorage Has Been Cited for Child Labor Laws

Child labor laws have been around for quite some time, and this is causing a lot of issues within the area for those that may not be using them and squeezing out the most without actually following them. Bosco’s in Anchorage is one of the next ones on the radar when it comes to being […]

Widerman Malek Managing Partner Attends Roundtable Discussion with Senator Rubio

Mark Malek, Managing Partner of Widerman Malek, PL. attended a roundtable discussion with United States Senator Marco Rubio on Friday August 19, 2016 at Space Florida. The Senator was so well versed on the needs of the Space Coast and on how to enhance the Aerospace and Space industry in Florida. The Senator discussed energizing […]

IP Law is One of the Fastest and Richest Growing Field of Law

As technology rises, so does the need for IP lawyers that can represent people in these cases. This is due to the fact that so many companies, as well as users of the technology, need representation when it comes to an IP lawsuit that might come against them due to negligence, patent rights or other […]

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