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Bill McKenna Speaks with University of Dayton Engineering Students

On October 6, Bill McKenna spoke with engineering students completing their senior design projects as part of the engineering program at the University of Dayton. […]

Michael Morris Selected for Indianapolis Bar Association’s Bar Leader Series

Woodard, Emhardt associate Michael Morris was selected for the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Bar Leader Series, Class XIII.  The Bar Leader Series is designed to develop […]


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Primer on International Copyright Protection

Below is a presentation that provides information concerning international protection for copyrights. The presentation includes a discussion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership and an in-depth explanation […]

The Story of the Coca-Cola Bottle

Today marks the 100th Anniversary of the design patent covering the classic Coca-Cola bottle. Developed in Terre Haute, Indiana, by the Root Glass Company, the […]

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