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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 […]


Liz Shuster Graduates from ISBA Leadership Development Academy

Woodard, Emhardt partner Liz Shuster was recently honored to be one of twenty-five attorneys graduating from the 2015 class of the Indiana State Bar Association’s […]

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Patent Prosecution Lunch of July 2015

Topics covered in this patent prosecution lunch presentation include information about newly appointed Federal Circuit Judge Kara Stoll and the Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) system. […]


Recent Change to the Indiana Code to Address Patent Demand Letters from Patent Trolls

HEA No. 1102 Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement The following presentation describes a recently passed, and soon to be signed, Indiana law regarding how […]

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Competing for market share is a tough proposition in today’s business environment.  A company needs a strong idea to provide a successful product or service, and of course the capital to back it up – but in today’s market, that’s not enough.  A business must also stand out, offering something different that no one else can provide.  A company’s unique difference might exist in the form of an invention, a business process, a product design, a catchy slogan, a written manual, a product name, or even a customer list.These areas of distinction are called “Intellectual Property” – often a business’s most valuable assets.  At Woodard, Emhardt, Moriarty, McNett & Henry LLP, our attorneys specialize in identifying, protecting, and preserving these assets, a requirement for success in today’s highly competitive marketplace.

With our law firm being centrally located in Indianapolis, Indiana, our patent attorneys are not only able to serve clients in the Midwest but throughout the United States and internationally.  Our attorneys assist clients in all areas of Intellectual Property, including patents, trademarks, and copyrights, before the United States Patent & Trademark Office, the United States Copyright Office, and in state and federal courts.

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