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Glenn B. Manishin

Glenn B. Manishin

ParadigmShift Law LLP—Digital era legal services
  • Antitrust Law, Appeals & Appellate, Business Law...
  • California, District of Columbia, 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 Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Business Law
  • Intellectual Property
Additional Practice Areas
  • Appellate Litigation
  • General Civil
  • Information Technologies and Telecom
  • 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
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District of Columbia
District of Columbia Bar
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Virginia
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D.C. Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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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.
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Brandeis University
B.A.
cum laude
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Professional Associations
Current
Activities: American Bar Association
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Current
Activities: ABA Section of Antitrust Law
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Current
Activities: ABA Forum on Communications Law
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Current
Activities: Federal Communications Bar Association
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Current
Activities: U.S. Access Board. Telecommunications Accessibility Advisory Committee, 1996-1997
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Current
Activities: North American Numbering Council (FCC advisory committe), 1997-1999
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Websites & Blogs
Website
ParadigmShift Law LLP
Legal Answers
138 Questions Answered

Q. Is it possible for buyers (rather than sellers) to be accused of price-fixing?
A: Absolutely yes. Fixing the price of goods or services purchased by buyers is just as per se unlawful as price fixing among sellers.
Q. Can I post content in blogs with the knowledge I acquired from courses online?
A: United States copyright law protects the "expression" of ideas, not the ideas themselves. Therefore, knowledge you have gained from online courses can be used for commercial purposes so long as you do not wholesale copy and we publish their materials and publications. You may want to check the terms and conditions so she with the courses to see if the license imposed on the additional restrictions.
Q. I signed a contract to plant trees and nothing else. Boss forced me to do other work and got injured, partly disabled.
A: You are probably covered by workers' compensation, and also appear to have a valid claim against the employer. You should consult an attorney regarding any potential lawsuit.
Q. I have several homes that I have a contract with for vacation rentals with a company but they are late and don't pay
A: You should check the provisions of your vacation rental company agreement, but generally if one party to a contract is in breach, here by not paying, the other parties excuse for performance and made exercise "self-help" justifying removing the lock boxes and changing the locks. If there is a significant amount of money involved, it would be strongly recommended to consult an attorney before taking further action.
Q. Landlord showed and entered our home without letting us know first. Does this terminate our lease?
A: I agree with the other answer, and I add that typically lease agreements allow the owner to show a property without the tenant's consent, and often without prior notice to the tenant. I'm not aware of any specific Florida statute that would override the terms of the lease contract.
Q. Can my girlfriend live with me without being on the lease?
A: That depends on the terms of the lease. It is unlikely Tennessee has a statute covering those circumstances.
Q. I was just curious as to if you can own A law firm without being a lawyer in the state of Indiana?
A: Every state bar prohibits non-lawyers from owning a legal practice as a matter of ethics.
Q. Internet Only business - Does it need to file as a foreign business entity in Virginia?
A: To the best of my knowledge, Virgina does allow single-member LLCs. (Single member partnerships are not permitted.) Your business is conducted online but as the owner you have a physical presence in Virgina, even if just your home. You are therefore required to register as a "foreign" corporation if in operated in another state.
Q. I have a business and a lawsuit has been filed but I have not been served, can I file a cross complaint?
A: You really mean a counterclaim. But if the complaint had not been served within the applicable time limits -- 90 days for federal court and different limit In state court -- there is no risk of an adverse judgment. You should consider moving to dismiss the case for lack of prosecution if you are not served promptly.
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Contact & Map
Office
6735 Breezy Drive
Suite 101
Warrenton, VA 20187-2716
USA
Toll-Free: (877) 666-5111
Telephone: (202) 256-4600