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Providing top-notch experts to attorneys and corporate counsel in support of major business to business litigation.
Providing top-notch experts to attorneys and corporate counsel in support of major business to business litigation.

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You may be familiar with the Offer of Judgment rule in your state and how it can be used to recover costs if a judgment more favorable than the offer is not obtained.  But, do you know whether the “costs” recoverable under an offer of judgment include expert witness fees?  Is it debatable in your state (i.e., up to the discretion of the court perhaps, or a clear-cut rule)?

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IMS ExpertServices is a proud sponsor of the 2015 Texas Bench Bar Conference being held Oct. 21 - 23 in Plano, TX.

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Sometimes the best way to do something well is to know how not to do it. Recent patent opinions out of the Eastern District of Missouri stand as a shining example of how to lose a Daubert challenge in three ways.

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According to a suit filed by Tiffany & Co. against Costco, the bond of hundreds, if not thousands, of unsuspecting young couples was sadly forged over a sham “Tiffany ring” purchased at Costco. The only way to rectify the love lost here, Tiffany claims, will be recovery of the profits Costco made on its sale of “Tiffany rings."

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Cromunchkin. A word that could have meant thousands of dollars for Andrew Douglass. But after his patent filing, Dunkin' Donuts shows why they are veterans in the trademark world

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IMS ExpertServices is proud to be sponsoring the Eastern District of Texas 2015 Bench Bar Conference!  The conference is being held on October 21st-23rd at the Marriot Legacy Town Center Hotel in Plano, Texas.  

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 Don’t want a nasty, complex lawsuit to grow or blaze out of control?  Hit it with a Lone Pine order early on in hopes of killing that volatile vegetation. Is it fair?

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Connecting top experts with attorneys in the midst of high-stakes business litigation is our passion. If you think we've done a great job, please take a moment to vote for us (Question 47) as Best Expert Witness Provider in the LegalTimes survey. You don't have to answer every question, so it only takes a minute. Thank you in advance!

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Jurors sometimes use social media sites to research case details, but surprisingly, doing so is not always grounds for reversal of a verdict. This video outlines case examples of this behavior, along with practical steps you can take to reduce the risk of having social media  impact your next case.

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You remember the pouch. Everyone does. You would likely call any juice drink in a silver pouch a "Capri Sun" even if it weren't one. That's precisely Capri Sun's point.  Its internationally trademarked pouch is valuable because of its immediate recognition as a Capri Sun drink. When competing juice makers started mimicking the pouch, Capri Sun filed suit, claiming trademark infringement and sending a strong message to its competitors: "Respect the pouch."
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