Practical Guide to Document Authentication 2009

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This 2009 desktop reference is completely up-to-date with the most current consular legalization requirements. Whether dealing with a power of attorney, trademark registration, certificate of origin, or other documents, the user will find explanations of legalization procedures for 219 foreign jurisdictions and all 50 US states, plus territories.

Each entry includes:

- Complete consular and Secretary of State contact information - address, phone, fax, and hours of business - ...

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Overview


This 2009 desktop reference is completely up-to-date with the most current consular legalization requirements. Whether dealing with a power of attorney, trademark registration, certificate of origin, or other documents, the user will find explanations of legalization procedures for 219 foreign jurisdictions and all 50 US states, plus territories.

Each entry includes:

- Complete consular and Secretary of State contact information - address, phone, fax, and hours of business - Prior authorization and signature requirements - Documents to be submitted - Turn around time - Fees and payment methods

For this NEW 2009 edition, Sinnott has written two new prefatory items:

-A new "how to" guide divided into three categories of reader-specific guidance, for: (a.) Legal practitioners in the U.S., (b.) Court clerks and county clerks in the U.S., and (c.) Lawyers and patent agents in non-U.S. jurisdictions. -A new Introduction that provides updated information on the changing law of document authentication, including such dramatic developments as the WTO's removal of many of the remaining impediments to transnational legal practice.

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John P. Sinnott practices in patents, trademarks, and copyright law with the law firm of Langdale, Vallotton, Linahan and Wetherington (Valdosta, GA). He is a 1953 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and has both a Master's Degree in Nuclear Engineering from the U. S. Air Force Institute of Technology and a Juris Doctorate degree from Northern Kentucky University's Salmon P. Chase School of Law. As Chief Patent and Trademark Counsel for American Standard, he prosecuted and argued to a successful decision the landmark case In Re American Standard. On retirement from American Standard, he became Of Counsel to the Manhattan intellectual property law firm of Morgan & Finnegan, L.L.P. In 1999, Col. Sinnott moved to Valdosta, Georgia, and became Of Counsel to the firm of Langdale, Vallotton, Linahan and Wetherington.

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