Among the hundreds of cases that the Supreme Court refused to review last week was the trademark dispute between The University of South Carolina and The University of Southern California.

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The case involves a 19 year old dispute over the Pentagon’s 1991 termination of the A- 12 Avenger stealth fighter aircraft program.

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At Mikell Law Firm, one of the first questions we ask a prospective client is whether or not they – or any other known party to the case – has a Facebook page. This is because the way we communicate has changed drastically over the past few years and our rules of procedure and evidence are changing right along with it.

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The “Red Flags Rule” was implemented by the Federal Trade Commission in January 2008 pursuant to the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (the “FACT Act”). Broadly speaking, the Red Flags Rule requires entities that extend credit to customers to implement internal procedures to safeguard against identity theft of non-customers.

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