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Glenn B. Manishin

Glenn B. Manishin

ParadigmShift Law LLP—Digital era legal services
  • Antitrust, Appeals & Appellate, Business Law
  • California, DC, Virginia
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Summary

Founded in June 2015 by managing partner Glenn B. Manishin, ParadigmShift Law LLP represents the premiere application of Internet technology to the practice of sophisticated business law. We leverage cloud technology and decades of AmLaw 100 law firm partner experience to provide cutting-edge responsiveness, innovation and efficiency. We handle sophisticated work for sophisticated companies, operating close to our business principals, bridging the too-often wide gap between outside counsel and corporate strategic objectives.

Practice Areas
  • Antitrust
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Business Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Antitrust Law
  • Appellate Litigation
  • General Civil
  • Information Technologies and Telecom
  • Intellectual Property
  • Trial
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    All initial consultations are complimentary (free).
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Fixed-rate "all you can eat" legal plans for outside general counsel business services.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
DC
Virginia
D.C. Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
ParadigmShift Law LLP
- Current
Partner
Troutman Sanders LLP
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Partner
Duane Morris LLP
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Education
Columbia University School of Law
J.D.
Brandeis University
B.A.
cum laude
Professional Associations
Current
Activities: American Bar Association
Current
Activities: ABA Section of Antitrust Law
Current
Activities: ABA Forum on Communications Law
Current
Activities: Federal Communications Bar Association
Current
Activities: U.S. Access Board. Telecommunications Accessibility Advisory Committee, 1996-1997
Current
Activities: North American Numbering Council (FCC advisory committe), 1997-1999
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ParadigmShift Law LLP
Legal Answers
103 Questions Answered

Q. If I am 50% owner in a LLC and my partner dies, can the widow of the company get anything from me if I give her the LLC?
A: That depends entirely on the terms of your LLC "operating agreement," but those corporate formation documents (and LLC laws generally) typically shield members and owners of an LLC from all personal liability.
Q. can I break a residency md contract that will start in July 2017?
A: Yes and no, respectively. Employment contacts will not be "specifically enforced," meaning you cannot be forced to work, but if you choose to breach by not working for them the hospital can recover actual damages caused y your actions.
Q. Regarding the use of public figures names and public domain images in a retail card game.
A: Even public figures have a "right of publicity" to control how their name and image are used in commercial products. Be careful.
Q. I am part of a non-profit that is facing bankruptcy but has a year left on a property lease. How should we proceed?
A: Contracts including leases are stayed and ordinarily discharged in bankruptcy, so if you can afford the fees associated with bankruptxy dissolution or reorganization, the lease is no obstacle.
Q. Can an opposition refuse to answer interrogatories or produce documents simply because
A: No, those are not valid grounds on which to object to interrogatories or other pretrial discovery propounded by a party to a lawsuit.
Q. Is an operating agreement same as lease agreement between a holding & operating LLC?
A: No, an operating agreement governs how an LLC enitity is run among its members (essential shareholders), including division and distribution of profits, not an agreement between two or more LLCs or other legal corporate entities.
Q. high school booster club does fund raising and people donated for specific sports programs do we fall under title 9 law
A: Very unlikely. Title IX obligations apply to an educational institution or "education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance." From your question, the booster club would not be covered because it does not receive U.S. funds.
Q. What does the term amend to answer mean?
A: It appears from your language that the defendant company wants to amend its answer to the complaint you file alleging contract, but there is no legal term of art "amend to answer."
Q. If I pay someone for art of my already copyrighted character, is it copyrighted to me or both of us?
A: It would be preferable to have a formal "work for hire" contract with the artist, but since you purchased the work the presumption is that it conveyed with all property rights, especially as it is of your character.
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Office
6735 Breezy Drive
Suite 101
Warrenton, VA 20187-2716
USA
Toll-Free: (877) 666-5111
Telephone: (202) 256-4600