Matthew J. Soroky


IP Gets “Modernized” In Stimulus Bill

Tal Grinblat | Shareholder

January 7, 2021

Embedded within the 5,600-page Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 – more commonly known as the $2.3 trillion Coronavirus Relief Stimulus Bill enacted on December 27, 2020 – are significant changes to federal trademark and copyright laws.

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Tax Franchisee Terminated for Sharing Space With CannaBiz

Matthew J. Soroky | Shareholder

July 9, 2018

by Matthew J. Soroky 818-907-3022 In Devore v. H&R Block, the franchisor H&R Block was found to have lawfully terminated a franchisee for violating an in-term non-compete covenant, because the franchisee permitted its office manager

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