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Tag Archives: lawsuits
A patent owned by Uber Technologies Inc. that had been used to bring patent-infringement lawsuits against Texas real estate firms has been invalidated, thanks to legal efforts by the Texas Association of REALTORS®. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board agreed … Continue reading
The e in email may not only stand for electronic, but also evidence. That’s why your emails—and other electronic communications like text messages—are the top target of lawyers in real estate litigation. Find out how to avoid trouble with your … Continue reading