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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Kaplan v. OK TECHNOLOGIES, LLC

... At this time, AEI assigned all of its intellectual property to OK Under OK's operating agreement, Kaplan held 51% of the ownership interest, while Olivier held 43%, and Bowman held 6%. The operating agreement stipulated that management decisions would be made by the ...

Bradley v. Bradley

... Plaintiff asserts that defendant is trying to freeze him out of LSA, usurp the intellectual property of LSA, and his denial of access to the corporate books and records of LSA was motivated by fear that defendant would terminate his employment with LSA. ...

HARLEYSVILLE MUT. v. BUZZ OFF INSECT SHIELD

... "Personal and advertising injury" arising out of the infringement of copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret or other intellectual property rights. However, this exclusion does not apply to infringement, in your "advertisement", of copyright, trade dress or slogan. . . . . ...