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Peter G. Estes

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Peter G. Estes

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School Degree Major Graduation
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Leflar Law Center Law School N/A
University of Arkansas N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
U.S. Supreme Court 1977 N/A
U.S. District Court Western District of Arkansas 1973 N/A
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Arkansas 1973 N/A
U.S. Court of Federal Claims 1990 N/A
Arkansas 1973 N/A

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Injured Worker Did Not Have Requisite Causal Opinion From Doctor
In a recent 8th District decision, the Court affirmed summary judgment in favor of an employer who argued that records from claimant's treating physicians did not establish sufficient causal connection between diagnosis and workplace injury.
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http://www.boldip.com/bold-blog/bold-update-freedom-to-operate-opinions-the-value-of-a-bold-patent-landscape-study
Federal Trademark Protection and the Likelihood of Confusion Test
http://www.boldip.com/bold-blog/-federal-trademark-protection-and-the-likelihood-of-confusion-test