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John Hunt Morgan

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John Hunt Morgan

Administrative Law, Disability, Litigation, Products Liability, Personal Injury, Government, Medical Malpractice, Workers' Compensation, Social Security

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School Degree Major Graduation
Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University Full ABA Law School N/A
State / Court Date
West Virginia 2009
Tennessee 2006
Kentucky N/A
Kentucky-1998 N/A

TN State Lawyer Additional Information: Other Licenses: Kentucky, Virginia Section Membership: TBA Members Year Licensed: 1998 WV State Lawyer Additional Information: Exempt from FRD: No Malpractice Insurance: Yes Firm Exempt from FRD: No Firm Malpractice Insurance: Yes

Service Type:Private

Update Date:2015-08-19


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Federal Trademark Protection and the Likelihood of Confusion Test
http://www.boldip.com/bold-blog/-federal-trademark-protection-and-the-likelihood-of-confusion-test