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TTAB Reluctant to Grant Summary Judgment Based Solely on Default Admissions

Author: Julia Anne Matheson

In its recent precedential ruling in SARL Corexco v. Webid Consulting Ltd., the TTAB offered insight into the Board’s position on granting summary judgment based solely on admissions obtained by default under FRCP 36(a)(3). 477 more words

TTAB Decisions

Traditions, addictions, and obsessions

My National Park obsession has produced some very unique traditions and addictions that I must do before leaving the park. With the early closing times, often confusing and hard to find locations, a lot of time it means THE SEARCH IS ON to make them happen. 154 more words

National Parks

A blank passport

Our journey begins on this blog much as it did for me at Mammoth Cave National Park — with a blank passport.

My parents had just returned from a lengthy trip out west together and were riding on the beautiful high that is filling your passport with cancellations. 564 more words

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Spring Sports

The weather doesn’t look promising this week once again. The rain won’t leave the Westside and because of this, our spring athletes can’t get their games in. 120 more words

Bobcat Sports

Cancellations

It is the evening before Mothering Sunday; it is the end of a very busy evening, which concluded a very busy Saturday afternoon of unseasonable sun. 621 more words

Cancellations

The Only Constant is Change - The Value of a "Fill-In" List

Do you write all of your appointments in pencil. Is your calendar in a constant state of flux? If so, welcome to the real world. In all of my years of keeping a calendar, rarely have I made it through a week without someone canceling an appointment, changing an appointment or some other surprise appears to make me use up the eraser on my pencil faster than the lead. 599 more words

Bye Bye Cuba: How To Cancel A Trip & Not Feel Like Shit

Last Saturday, I herniated a disc in my lumbar spine ending up in the emergency room of some hospital out in Queens. Chocked up on painkillers, self pity and the worries of my friends/family, I was still in denial that I could make my vacation today. 764 more words

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