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Houston, TX 77046

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Dallas, TX 75240

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  • Published: September 21, 2022

In recent weeks, the death of Queen Elizabeth II has pervaded media coverage around the world and been the subject of countless conversations from intimate gatherings to office water cooler conversation. Most of the conversation has been focused on her stature and longevity as Queen, but the subject of the transfer of her wealth from one generation to the next…Read More

  • Published: March 1, 2022

President George Washington asked Congress to enact a patent statute in the first ever State of the Union address. Congress responded with the Patent Act of 1790. Thomas Jefferson was the first patent examiner during the time he served as George Washington’s Secretary of State. During his presidency (1789 – 1797), George Washington personally signed over 150 patent grants. The…Read More

  • Published: January 24, 2022

It bears repeating to the general public at-large that the Texas Supreme Court has renewed it Emergency Order to allow Texas courts to use videoconferencing technology at their discretion. In our view, remote proceedings present the lowest risk of infection to the general public participating as jurors, as well as all other judicial and litigant persons. But arguably the highest…Read More

  • Published: November 10, 2021

Recently and extending back decades, thousands of people have been injured or killed in concert or other event venues due to poor crowd control. Most could have been avoided if the parties involved had taken proper steps to safeguard eventgoers. On Friday Nov. 5 at the Travis Scot Astroworld concert in Houston, poor crowd control was apparent at 2 p.m.…Read More

  • Published: June 23, 2020

COVID-19 and the ensuing economic fallout continues to ravage across the landscape as weeks of shutdowns and shelter in place orders have turned into months. While there is some glimmer that more economic activity is starting to resume, it is undeniable that the economic fervor and general sense of consumer and institutional confidence present at the beginning of 2020 has…Read More

  • Published: June 17, 2020

COVID-19 continue to persist in Harris County. The Harris County District Clerk’s Office (DCO) still considers the COVID-19 virus to be a public health threat. However, it is working hard to move forward with re-opening the justice system. The DCO is open by appointment only starting today, June 15. Unique emails have been created for communication with the various departments.…Read More

  • Published: June 4, 2020

First and foremost, our hearts go out to anyone who has been impacted by COVID-19. Our office recognizes that the global coronavirus pandemic is affecting all our families, communities, businesses, and daily lives. During this time, we would like to update the public on our office and local courts who have likewise been affected by the pandemic. One way that…Read More

  • Published: May 13, 2020

The onslaught of COVID-19 has shattered the very fabric by which we live, work, and play. Nations, businesses, and individuals alike around the world have been grappled with the realities of human tragedy. The virus’ human toll is undeniably the most readily apparent and immediately devastating. However, long after the last case of the virus abates, the even more pervasive…Read More

  • Published: August 1, 2018

Responding to a Search Warrant By Gregory W. Marcum, managing attorney Marcum PC Introduction to Search Warrants in Simple Terms A search warrant is a legal document signed by a state or federal judge to compel a landowner to allow law enforcement officials to enter and search certain property of a citizen or corporate entity.  Normally warrants are supported by an…Read More

  • Published: July 11, 2018

Bitcoins and the Law, Part IV “Bitcoin Regulation” By: Raphael Qiu There are a number of different statutes that regulate virtual currencies like Bitcoin. At the federal level, Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution grants the federal government the power to “coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign Coin…” This could be applied to Bitcoin since it…Read More

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