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Wilenchik & Bartness is expanding its mediation practice with shareholder Becky Bartness leading the charge.
So why choose mediation? What exactly is it?
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) that has grown in use and popularity over the last decade. It is a voluntary process […]
Wilenchik and Bartness won a motion to quash a temporary restraining order against its client, a Swiss Pharmaceuticals company, in Maryland Circuit Court after an emergency hearing and oral argument. The lawsuit concerns intellectual property rights and wrongful discharge claims brought by former employees of the company.
Firm Handles High-Tech IP Issues, Theft of Trade Secrets; Firm Sues for Lawyer for Malpractice and Settles Week before Trial
This month, Wilenchik & Bartness settled a legal malpractice suit that it filed against a local attorney. The case settled in mediation the week before trial. The Firm also started handling several intellectual property and trade secret theft issues for high-tech firms.
Governor Jan Brewer has appointed Dennis I. Wilenchik, a partner at the law firm of Wilenchik & Bartness, P.C., to the Real Estate Advisory Board. The Real Estate Advisory Board advises the Department of Real Estate, which oversees and regulates the real estate industry. Members of the Real Estate Advisory […]
New Decisions from the Arizona Courts
In BAC Home Loans Servicing v. Semper Investments, the Division Two Court reviewed a grant of summary judgment related to the application of equitable subrogation doctrine. Intervening lienholders contested its application where the refinance loan had a higher interest rate than the original loan, claiming […]
A 9th Circuit decision published earlier this week addressed the awarding of “just costs” in a case in which there was not a prevailing party. In Otay Land Company v. United Enterprises, LTD, United filed a motion for summary judgment which was granted by the […]
Dennis Wilenchik is quoted in the Wall Street Journal story, “When 50,000 Square Feet Isn’t Enough.”