By: Amanda McGovern As published in the Daily Business Review, November 22, 2017 Forget Brown v. Board of Education. Inclusion isn’t a favor to the socially diverse (i.e., women, [...]
By: Daniel Alvarez Sox As published in Law360 Expert Analysis, July 3, 2017 For the past 71 years, the Lanham Act’s “disparagement clause” prohibited the U.S. Patent and Trademark [...]
By: Amanda McGovern and Daniel Alvarez Sox As published in the Daily Business Review, June 26, 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Matel v. Tam paves the way for trademarking racial [...]
Jorge A. Mestre Published in the Commercial and Business Litigation section of the American Bar Association
MIAMI—The Commercial and Business Litigation section of the American Bar Association published an article written by Jorge A. Mestre titled Remembrance of Rules Past: Rule 44.1 at Motion to [...]
MIAMI—Jorge A. Mestre was recently quoted in the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Litigation News article, “Courts May Consider Foreign Law Declarations on Motions to Dismiss.”
MIAMI– Utibe Ikpe was published in the International Law Quarterly, fall 2016 edition. Ms. Ikpe discusses current legal issues in Africa.
MIAMI—The ABA Section of International Law published an article written by Paula Aguila titled U.S. Supreme Court finds Puerto Rico not sovereign in the Latin America & Legal Developments.
MIAMI — The University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy published an article written by Jorge A. Mestre titled A Bribe New World: The Federal Government Gets Creative in Chasing [...]
MIAMI — Jorge A. Mestre authored four chapters in THE FLA. BAR, FLORIDA CIVIL PRACTICE BEFORE TRIAL (10th ed. 2013).
MIAMI – Law360 reported on Rivero Mestre’s representation of Westernbank’s officers and directors in their suit with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (the “FDIC”):