Paying for Patients’ Pot? SCOTUS Seeks DOJ Opinion on Medical Cannabis Coverage

On February 22, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States asked the United States Department of Justice to weigh in on an issue that has divided state courts in recent years: should states with laws requiring insurers and employers to compensate medical marijuana users for the costs of their cannabis be given deference superior […]

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Has Your Product Been Taken Off Amazon for Patent Infringement: How to Reactivate Your Amazon Listing

Has your listing or product been removed from Amazon because someone accused you of infringing their patent or other intellectual property? You may be wondering why how this happened and what can be done. In short, a patent holder became aware of your product on Amazon. They reached out to Amazon, accused you of infringing […]

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CCK Strategies, PLLC – Celebrating our anniversary

We are more than a CPA Firm. We are strategic advisors helping you to grow your business. When we talk about being GREAT, it applies to our actions and relationships within CCK as well as with our clients. At CCK, we believe a true “corporate culture” is perpetuated through the complete participation of all. It […]

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Foreign Filing for Patents

By: Anna Kinney [4/1/22] Many people applying for a patent in the United States only consider filing in other countries as an afterthought. You should consider whether you want to file in foreign countries before filing a nonprovisional application in the US. If you wait too long, you may lose priority to your earliest filing date. If […]

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“Levitating” the Stakes in Copyright Infringement Lawsuits?

In 2020, Dua Lipa’s “Levitating” hit the charts where it has largely remained in the Top 100 – shooting up as high as Number 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100 (and snagging the title of 2021 Billboard Hot 100 Song of the Year). But where it used to be fairly common to listen to a hit, […]

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Restrictive Markings for Technical Data Deliverables Contained Within Legends May Differ For Government and Third Parties

By: Jonathan Brittin  [3/30/22] The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) implements strict requirements for marking proprietary technical data with an appropriate restrictive legend tailored to the non-commercial items delivered to the government when it receives less than unlimited license rights. DFARS Section 252.227-7013(f) provides clear instructions for how contractors may restrict the government’s right in technical […]

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Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC joins IR as the exclusive Commercial Litigation Member in Oklahoma

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce David Keesling of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC. David has joined IR as our exclusive Commercial Litigation Member in Oklahoma. David Keesling is a top-rated trial attorney with more than 20 years of courtroom experience. David has built a solid reputation […]

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