Michael J. Short, Attorney at Law
Michael J Short Law Office
Michael Short has a law practice in Madison (WI)
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Litigation matters.
Appellate Practice, Business & Commercial Litigation (Engineering Litigation), Class Action, Conflicts of Law, General Civil Litigation (Expert & Witness Testimony, Fiduciary Abuse), Securities Litigation/Broker Misconduct, Writs
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Dane: Belleville, Black Earth, Blue Mounds, Cambridge, Cottage Grove, Cross Plains, Dane, De Forest, Deerfield, Madison, Marshall, Mazomanie, Mc Farland, Middleton, Morrisonville, Mount Horeb, Oregon, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Verona, Waunakee, Windsor
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FTC Is Said to Plan Inquiry of Frivolous Patent Lawsuits
New York Times (blog)
The move comes after the issuance of several executive orders by President Obama directing executive agencies to take steps to “protect innovators from frivolous litigation.” If approved, which is likely, the F.T.C. investigation will require patent ...
Congress gets earful on HOS
Thomas E. Petri (R-WI), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Highways & Transit, pointed out that ever since Congress directed that a rulemaking on reforming HOS be issued back in 1995, “the regulations have been in constant litigation which has led ...
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- corroborative witness
- a person who testifies for you and backs up your story. If you are asking the court to grant a divorce, you must bring to the hearing a witness who can corroborate your grounds for divorce. … Full Definition »
General Civil Litigation >> Litigation
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