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THE BROWN FOX BRIEF
- LITIGATION ATTORNEY SARAH SPARLING JOINS BROWN FOX 21 Feb
Brown Fox is pleased to announce the addition of litigation attorney Sarah Sparling. Sarah is a 2007 graduate of Washington & Lee University School of Law, where she served as class president and was selected as a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council. Sarah earned an undergraduate BA with Honors from Davidson College. In the […]
- BRAD KIZZIA ARGUES BEFORE THE TEXAS SUPREME COURT 12 Feb
On Tuesday, January 7, 2014, Brown Fox litigation partner Brad Kizzia argued before the Texas Supreme Court in Greene v. Farmers Insurance Exchange. The specific issue for the Court to decide is whether Farmers should be allowed to deny a homeowner’s fire loss claim under her policy with Farmers when the home was vacant and […]
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW FOCUS – IT’S ALL IN THE TIMING 11 Feb
By Jay Johnson February 11, 2014 – I’m often asked questions like “When can I file for a patent?” or “Is it okay to publish my article first?” These and other questions have to do with the timing of events and filing for intellectual property protection. In fact, timing comes into play in many situations […]
- CORPORATE & SECURITIES FOCUS – FIVE LEGAL ISSUES YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF WHEN RAISING CAPITAL FOR YOUR BUSINESS 10 Feb
By Adam Fox Of the many legal issues you should consider when raising money for your business, the following five are extremely important (and some of the most frequently overlooked). Am I selling securities? Regardless as to the form of your business (LLC, corporation or other), to whom you are selling (friends, family, institutional investors, […]