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Copyright Registration Now Required to Recover Infringement Damages

Published on April 3, 2019 The Copyright Act of 1976 requires registration before a party can institute a civil action for infringement of copyrightable material. However, since its inception, courts have differed in their interpretation and application of this registration requirement. Specifically, courts in the past have allowed suits for… Read More

Premium Processing to Resume for H-1B Petitions

Published on March 11, 2019 USCIS has announced today that it will resume premium processing tomorrow, March 12th,  for all H-1B petitions. Premium Processing has been suspended for all non-cap exempt H-1B petitions with the exception of H-1B petitions filed by the same employer requesting a continuation of previously… Read More

You Will Never Vote Until You Are Naturalized!

Published on February 25, 2019 The presidential voting season will be here again in 2020. Given the year-long delays in the processing of naturalization applications you should file now so you can register to vote before the next presidential primary and final elections. You can access the application form, N-400, at… Read More
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