A survey of startups reveals that underestimating costs is the biggest mistake made by these new companies. To help growing companies, MartinWren, P.C. offers a flat-fee legal package for Virginia start-ups that are growing companies.read full article
What You Need to Know if You’ve Been Injured in an Accident, Part II: How to Pay for a Personal Injury Attorney?
Jonathan Wren, an expreienced plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer, explains how a plaintiff can pay for his or her attorney through a contingency fee arrangement.read full article
Virginia Supreme Court Determines Co-Tenant May Acquire Title By Adverse Possession Without Notice of Ouster to Co-Tenants
Virginia Supreme Court rules that tenant may acquire title to real estate through adverse possession.read full article
G. Raye Jones, an experienced tax and estate planning attorney, provides an overview of the 2010 Tax Relief Act and the possible implications it has for tax planning and estate planning.read full article
Trademark Dilution Actions exist in Virginia for Tarnishment and Blurring.read full article
A trademark anti-dilution action allows a trademark holder to file suit even where the infringed action does not create a likelihood of confusion.read full article
Jonathan Wren to Co-Chair Virginia Trial Lawyers Association’s Advanced Auto Retreatread full article
Venture Capital Investment in Energy Efficiency Slowsread full article
What You Need to Know if You’ve Been Injured In An Accident, Part I: When Should You Hire A Personal Injury Attorney?
After you’ve been involved in an accident caused by another’s fault, Jonathan Wren, an experienced plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer, explains when you should contact a personal injury lawyer.read full article
A discussion of trademark infringement actions under the Lanham Act or the Virginia Trademark and Service Mark Act.read full article