Little Hocking Intellectual Property Lawyer, Ohio

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Angela Eileen Havely

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Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  10 Years

Patricia Wertz Spence

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Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  15 Years

Christine Walters Studeny

General Practice
Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  27 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Troisi

... Tavano sought Richissin's assistance because of his background as a well-known investigator of intellectual-property crimes. ... He testified that he is a sergeant with the Cleveland Police 331 Department who principally investigates crimes involving intellectual property. ...

Am. Chem. Soc. v. Leadscope

... I. Procedural History. {¶2} The civil action subject of this appeal arises from an intellectual property dispute between ACS and three of its former employees, Blower, Johnson, and Myatt (collectively, "individual defendants"). The ...

State v. Troisi

... and 2380742, 0916522, 2022789, and 1057884)—the victim is best suited to identify which elements were registered as marks and which may have been counterfeited." (Emphasis added.) United States Department of Justice, Prosecuting Intellectual Property Crimes (3d Ed ...