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John Garziglia in Radio Ink: Are Four St. Louis-Area AM Stations Dead?

Feb 25 2020
WASHINGTON, DC—It appears four St. Louis-area AM radio stations may be defunct, following an FCC administrative law judge’s decision to dismiss the stations’ license renewal applications. Womble Bond Dickinson telecom attorney John Garziglia in a new column for Radio Ink addresses the question of whether others may file FCC applications for the AM licenses.

Laurel R.S. Blair Presents to Charleston Estate Planning Council on Recent Legal Developments and Trends Affecting Fiduciaries and Counsel

Feb 24 2020
CHARLESTON, SC – Womble Bond Dickinson partner Laurel R.S. Blair addressed the Charleston Estate Planning Council on “Recent Legal Developments and Trends Affecting Fiduciaries and Counsel.” The Feb. 20th presentation included analysis and assessment of South Carolina case law developments (implications for trust and estate drafting and administration counsel, fiduciary liability exposure and strategic options), strategies for counsel and professional fiduciaries in effectively addressing socially conscious investing trends given existing trust documentation and legal parameters, and issues/strategic options for consideration in protecting existing trusts/trust assets in the context of divorce.

Womble Bond Dickinson, DynaEnergetics Team Participate in Key PTAB Panel Review in Energy Industry Patent Dispute

Feb 19 2020
WASHINGTON, DC—Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Barry Herman, Christy Dupriest, Preston Heard and Will Hubbard, along with co-counsel Lisa Moyles and Jason Rockman of Moyles IP, represented DynaEnergetics Europe GmbH in a critical hearing before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s Precedential Opinion Panel (“POP”) on February 18. The hearing served as a springboard for the panelists to discuss the scope of the PTAB’s authority—a conversation that attracted significant attention in patent litigation circles.