Utility Patents Granted per Calendar Year, 1840-2020

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If the pace remains the same, that would predict about 335,000 patents granted this calendar year–around 10% lower than 2020 (356,640 granted patents). This graph uses calendar years (Jan. By Jason Rantanen.

Google Calendar Tutorial for the Paralegal

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Rules-Based Calendaring Software: Help Easing the Deadline Pain

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One notable category of legal software that litigators often find particularly useful is rules-based calendaring software. That’s where rules-based calendaring systems come in: They help ease the pain of tracking and meeting deadlines. From Manual Entry Paper and Electronic Calendars ….

MyCase Rules-Based Calendaring is Here!

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We’re excited to announce the release of rules-based calendaring in MyCase! Why Rules-Based Calendaring? Spend less time managing critical case deadlines with MyCase’s new CalendarRules integration, which seamlessly integrates with your MyCase Calendar.

MerusCase Adds Rules-Based Calendaring Through Integration With CalendarRules

LawSites

The cloud-based practice management platform MerusCase is today launching an integration with CalendarRules to provide rules-based calendaring of court deadlines. The dates are also added to the calendars of the appropriate lawyers and professionals.

Justices take immigration cases off February calendar

SCOTUSBlog

The post Justices take immigration cases off February calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog. The Supreme Court on Wednesday removed two cases from its February argument session after the Biden administration began to unwind the two immigration policies being challenged in the cases.

Justices release full April calendar for final argument session of term

SCOTUSBlog

The Supreme Court on Friday released the calendar for the justices’ April argument session. The post Justices release full April calendar for final argument session of term appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Cases on Boston Marathon bomber, CIA secrets headline October argument calendar

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The post Cases on Boston Marathon bomber, CIA secrets headline October argument calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Share Although the Supreme Court only recently finished releasing opinions from its 2020-21 term, it is already looking ahead to the new term that will begin this fall.

SCOTUS Case on Section 1782 Discovery and Arbitration Is off the Argument Calendar

LPB Network

Rolls-Royce PLC, from its oral argument calendar. The Supreme Court has removed Servotronics, Inc. As covered earlier here, the case would have addressed “[w]hether the discretion granted to district courts in 28 U.S.C. 1782(a) to render assistance in gathering.

Biden administration asks justices to take immigration cases off February calendar

SCOTUSBlog

An already thin February argument calendar will likely become even lighter before the session begins on Feb. Acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar asked the Supreme Court on Monday to remove two cases scheduled for argument during the February session from the argument calendar, citing. The post Biden administration asks justices to take immigration cases off February calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

Five cases to be argued on the October calendar

At the Lectern

Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, the October calendar — announced today — will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See here , here , here , here , and here.) The U.S. Supreme Court is returning to courtroom for oral arguments next month, but not California’s high court.

Paralegal Calendar Management

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According to the American Bar Association (“ABA”), roughly 13% of malpractice claim errors are related to improper calendaring (See The Most Common Legal Malpractice Claims by Types of Alleged Error). Advance Blog paralegal calendar managementIf you’ve worked as a paralegal for very long you have almost certainly missed a deadline and your boss has probably missed a hearing or […].

It’ll be a small March calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court has been known to hear as many as 17 cases on one calendar. For the monthly calendars so far this term — September 2020 through February 2021 — the court has heard 4, 4, 5, 4, 6, and 5 cases. Like all arguments since April 2020 and for the foreseeable future, the March calendar will be remote and based in San Francisco (see here , here , and here ), and it will be live streamed.

Six cases on the early-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced a six-case early-May calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, May’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with two oral argument sessions. See here , here , here , and here.) They will be live streamed , as all arguments have been since May 2016.

Seven cases on the late-May calendar

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court has announced a seven-case late-May calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, May’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See May is the only month with two oral argument sessions. See here , here , here , and here.) They will be live streamed , as all arguments have been since May 2016.

June calendar videos are now online

At the Lectern

You can see videos of the June oral arguments and of the memorial program for former Justice Cruz Reynoso here and here

SCOTUS Dismisses Arbitration Case From December Argument Calendar

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Today the Supreme Court decided Henry Schein, Inc. Archer & White Sales, Inc. See our earlier coverage here). The case was argued in December, and the per curiam ruling dismisses the writ of certiorari as improvidently granted. Today’s DIG. Recent Decisions Supreme Court Cases

Important Dates for Broadcasters in 2019 – A Broadcaster’s Calendar

Broadcast Law Blog

While the shutdown of the Federal government delayed FCC activities in January, with the government back in business (hopefully for the long term), we have put together a Calendar of Important Dates for Broadcasters for 2019 , available here. EEO Compliance/Diversity General FCC License Renewal Political Broadcasting Public Interest Obligations/Localism annual EEO public inspection file report broadcaster calendar lowest unit rate quarterly issues programs lists

Bail will be on the January calendar

At the Lectern

The high-profile bail case, In re Humphrey , headlines the Supreme Court’s January calendar, announced today. The January calendar, like all arguments since April and for the foreseeable future, will be remote and based in San Francisco (see here , here , and here ). It will be the first oral arguments for Justice Martin Jenkins as a permanent member of the court.

Track your firm’s litigation deadlines with rules-based calendaring software

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Practicing law in the midst of a worldwide pandemic isn’t easy. For the past year and a half, legal professionals have struggled to adapt to…

Seven cases are on the June calendar [Updated]

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced a seven-case June calendar. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, June’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See Initial briefing was completed in May 2017. [ Update : Death penalty appeal on the June calendar could be a momentous one These will be the last oral arguments until September, as there are no hearings in July or August.

Last two June-calendar opinions filing Monday, then one more opinion before the annual drought

At the Lectern

These are the last undecided cases argued on the June calendar. One more opinion — from the early-May calendar and delayed by post-argument briefing — should file by September 13 and then there could be a two-month gap until the next decision. On Monday morning, the Supreme Court will file its opinions in Walker v. Superior Court and McHugh v. Protective Life Insurance. Briefs here ; oral argument videos here and here.).

Important Dates for Broadcasters in 2019 – A Broadcaster’s Calendar

Broadcast Law Blog

While the shutdown of the Federal government delayed FCC activities in January, with the government back in business (hopefully for the long term), we have put together a Calendar of Important Dates for Broadcasters for 2019 , available here. EEO Compliance/Diversity General FCC License Renewal Political Broadcasting Public Interest Obligations/Localism annual EEO public inspection file report broadcaster calendar lowest unit rate quarterly issues programs lists

Oral arguments to resume — still remotely — with small, all-criminal September calendar

At the Lectern

It’s an unusually small calendar : only three cases. Like all calendars since April 2020 , and for the foreseeable future, June’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco. (See here , here , here , here , and here.) After the normal two-month summer hiatus, the Supreme Court will return to hearing oral arguments after Labor Day. And they’re all criminal matters, including two death penalty appeals.

Pro tems will sit on October calendar instead of Justice Cuéllar; expect faster than usual filing of September case opinions

At the Lectern

The assignment of pro tems for the October calendar also indicates that the permanent justices other than Cuéllar are not now evenly divided on any October case. Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar will not retire from the Supreme Court for over five weeks, but the court is already moving into its shorthanded mode. It announced that Justice Cuéllar will not hear any of the five cases to be argued in 13 days. He will be replaced by Court of Appeal justices sitting pro tem.

New York Second Amendment case headlines November argument calendar

SCOTUSBlog

The post New York Second Amendment case headlines November argument calendar appeared first on SCOTUSblog. Share The Supreme Court on Monday released the schedule for the justices’ November argument session , which begins on Nov. 1 and runs through Nov.

Hard-to-schedule oral argument is on the February calendar

At the Lectern

Superior Court , the case that took inordinate effort to schedule for oral argument, is one of five cases on the Supreme Court’s February calendar, announced today. The February calendar, like all arguments since April 2020 and for the foreseeable future, will be remote and based in San Francisco (see here , here , and here ). Stancil v.

Death penalty appeal on the June calendar could be a momentous one

At the Lectern

The last case on the June calendar , announced today, might be the most significant of the seven to be heard next month. A reversal of the death penalty in People v. McDaniel could portend the vacating of many other California capital sentences.

Five arguments on the April calendar include a Prop. 66 case

At the Lectern

The Supreme Court today announced a five-argument April calendar. Like 2020’s April calendar and all calendars since, and for the foreseeable future, this April’s arguments will be remote and based in San Francisco (See here , here , and here.) April will mark the one-year anniversary of the court’s first remote arguments.

A Broadcaster’s Calendar of Important Regulatory Dates in 2016

Broadcast Law Blog

At the beginning of each year, we publish our broadcaster’s calendar of important dates – setting out the many dates for which broadcasters should be on alert as this year progresses. The Broadcasters Calendar for 2016 is available here. AM Radio FM Radio General FCC Internet Radio Noncommercial Broadcasting Political Broadcasting Programming Regulations Television broadcaster calendar

US Supreme Court removes immigration cases from calendar, takes up gas pipeline case

JURIST

The post US Supreme Court removes immigration cases from calendar, takes up gas pipeline case appeared first on JURIST - News - Legal News & Commentary.

February argument calendar includes immigration, voting-rights cases

SCOTUSBlog

The Supreme Court on Thursday released the calendar for its February argument session, which begins on Feb. The post February argument calendar includes immigration, voting-rights cases appeared first on SCOTUSblog.

How I stay Organized and On Task

TheParalegal

paralegals Professional Issues Time management Calendar blocking Calendars google How I accomplish so much How I stay organized How I use voice memos Notion organization Stay on taskVery often I’m asked how I manage to do so many things. How do I have time for two blogs, a full time job, launching a business, keeping a house without help (the husband helps a little) and philanthropy work. Nope, I’m not super human, nor am I a robot.

Supreme Court removes Medicaid argument from March calendar

JURIST

The Supreme Court issued Thursday a one-line docket entry removing two consolidated Medicaid cases from its March argument calendar. The post Supreme Court removes Medicaid argument from March calendar appeared first on JURIST - News - Legal News & Commentary. The two cases, Azar v. Gresham and Arkansas v.

Broadcaster's Calendar 2011 - Important Dates for Radio and Television Stations

Broadcast Law Blog

We've put together a calendar that sets out many of those dates. You can find the calendar setting out important dates for broadcasters in 2011 here. So check out your obligations by referring to our Broadcaster's Calendar for 2011 , and be prepared to meet your regulatory obligations. It's the beginning of a new year, and each year brings numerous regulatory deadlines for radio and television broadcasters.

A Broadcasters Calendar of Regulatory Obligations for 2017

Broadcast Law Blog

At the beginning of each year, we publish our broadcaster’s calendar of important dates – setting out the many dates for which broadcasters should be on alert as this year progresses. The Broadcasters Calendar for 2017 is available here. The dates set out on the calendar include FCC filing deadlines and dates by which the FCC requires that certain documents be added to a station’s public file. That deadline is included on this calendar.

Broadcaster Calendar for 2010 - Important Regulatory Dates to Remember

Broadcast Law Blog

Each year poses a new set of regulatory deadlines, and to help you remember all of those deadlines, the Davis Wright Tremaine Broadcast Group has prepared a calendar setting out the dates that broadcasters need to remember in 2010. Lots of dates to remember - so check out the DWT Broadcasters Calendar.

2014 Broadcasters’ Legal Calendar – and March FCC Regulatory Dates of Importance

Broadcast Law Blog

March is one of those few months on the FCC’s regulatory calendar where there are few routine filing deadlines. Check out our Broadcasters Calendar for some of those dates. AM Radio EEO Compliance/Diversity General FCC License Renewal Multiple Ownership Rules AM revitalization broadcaster calendar FCC EEO audit joint sales agreement post-filing announcements pre-filing announcements quadrennial review of FCC ownership rules shared services agreement

United States: 2021 Compliance Reminders And Calendar For Private Fund Advisers - Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

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Registered investment advisers are required to make filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) each year and deliver certain information to their clients

Regulatory Deadlines for 2013 - A Broadcaster's Calendar

Broadcast Law Blog

As the ancient Mayans appear to have been wrong, and 2013 is indeed happening, we have once again published our broadcaster's calendar to remind broadcasters of the dates that they need to keep on their radar to make sure that they remain in legal compliance in the coming year. We've also included in the calendar reminders about the filing dates for SoundExchange royalties for audio streaming.