Covington Intellectual Property Lawyer, Kentucky

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Jason C. Kuhlman

Litigation, Copyright, Civil Rights, Insurance
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Jessica L. Birkenhauer

Corporate, Foreign Investment, Copyright, Estate Planning
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Janie M. Ratliff Sweeney

Contract, Health Care Other, Employee Rights, Trademark
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Employment, Intellectual Property, Real Estate
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Papa John's Intern., Inc. v. McCoy

... easily transferable to the franchise relationship." [26] After considering the fact that a franchise is a commercial arrangement between two businesses and the unique aspects of such an arrangement—franchisee authorized to use the franchisor's intellectual property and brand ...

Mickler v. Mickler

... $111,809.03 for her share in Andrew's medical practice, half the proceeds from the sale of the marital residence and another piece of property, her car ... The obvious purpose of the [relevant Pennsylvania statute] is to protect earnings produced by physical or intellectual effort. . . . ...

Gaskill v. Robbins

... It may not be acquired by the mere expenditure of money. It is simply an intellectual achievement that may potentially assist in the future acquisition of property ... [. Id. at 331 (quoting Mahoney v. Mahoney, 182 NJSuper. 598, 442 A.2d 1062, 1066 (1982)). ...