Rogers Counsel Attorneys’ latest legal articles discussing recent rulings, case outcomes, business implications as well as complex litigation issues.
Did Bridgewater Associates Manufacture Claims? Some Lessons Learned From Its Arbitration Against Two Former Employees For Misappropriating Trade Secrets Bridgewater Associates, the Connecticut-based asset management firm with nearly $140 billion in assets under management, tried to exert its will over two former employees by allegedly manufacturing evidence in an arbitration
Mounting an Aggressive Defense Against Aggressive Trademark Protection Stories from The Case Files of Rogers Counsel So, I Can’t Use That In My Marketing? Helping a Financial Services Business Mount an Aggressive Trademark Infringement Defense. The client, a small business owner providing financial and retirement planning services for high-wealth individuals,
Three Suggested Judicial System Reforms First, if I had the ability to make three reforms in our judicial/legal system, I would start with focusing on better protection for individuals contracting with large companies. The average consumer should not be expected to fully understand and knowingly accept all of the legal