Whitlash Intellectual Property Lawyer, Montana

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Peters

... 5 The State opposed the Appellants' motions, arguing it had no better access to the source code than Appellants, as the source code is possessed and controlled exclusively as intellectual property by CMI, Inc. (CMI), a Kentucky-based corporation. ...

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SYSTEMS, LLC v. Scobie

... However, Scobie would not have been able to perform his job without this equipment. The value of these items lies not in the value of the raw materials from which they are made but rather in the intellectual property value of their contents. ...

Buhmann v. State

... 143 (I-143), which was approved by the citizens of Montana on November 7, 2000, constituted a taking of their private property and that they were entitled to just compensation for this taking. ... It insured compensation only in those cases where property was taken. ...