Rogers Towers, P.A.
Size of Organization: 81
Year Established: 1905Web Site: http://www.rtlaw.com
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Rogers Towers has the depth, the breadth, and the conviction it takes to manage even your most complex legal matters with efficiency, professionalism and inexhaustible attention to detail. It's simply what we do.
The firm's clients include Fortune 500 companies, banking and financial institutions, small and growing businesses, local governments, developers, not-for-profit organizations, investor- and municipally-owned companies and other local interests.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Rogers Towers, P.A.:
Labor and Employment (12 cases in past two years)
U.S. Patent Activity
Total number of U.S. granted patents by Rogers Towers, P.A.:
2 (in past two years)
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Documents by Rogers Towers, P.A. on Martindale.com
The Spoliation of Text Messages
Gabriel Crafton,Scott St. Amand, March 7, 2014
In the era of Twitter and Instagram, it should come as no surprise that a party’s cell phone data, including text messages, may prove invaluable to an adverse party during the course of litigation. As with any other Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”), text messages are...
Paying Attorney’s Fees Not Reason to File Chapter 13
Scott St. Amand,J. Ellsworth Summers, February 19, 2014
Of the three most common chapters of the Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7 offers an insolvent individual the freshest of starts; yet it is not without its pitfalls. Under Chapter 7 a debtor is not permitted to pay his attorney in installment payments, as a debtor may in Chapter 13. Thus, if a debtor does...
Caveat Debtor: Disgorging Inheritance in Chapter 13 Cases
Scott St. Amand,J. Ellsworth Summers, February 14, 2014
A recent case out of the 9th Circuit, In re Dale, revives a controversial subject for Chapter 13 debtors: whether an inheritance received more than 180 days after commencement of the case is part of the bankruptcy estate. Ultimately the 9th Circuit agreed with the 4th Circuit that while...