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The attorneys at Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, LLP stay up-to-date on latest developments and legal changes in intellectual property law to help protect your IP assets and grow your business. Here you will find important information on new decisions and intellectual property issues, the latest news about our team and case studies featuring a few of our clients we have had the privilege to work with.

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Matthew M. Gardlik, Ph.D. Elected to the MLK Center Board of Directors

At the annual meeting of the MLK Center Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, Matthew M. Gardlik, Ph.D. was elected to serve on the Board of Directors for a three-year term. Prior to his election, Dr. Gardlik served…

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Victor Chukwuocha Awarded USPATENT.COM Diversity STEM Scholarship

At a dessert reception on June 28, 2022, Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner LLP awarded Victor Chukwuocha with its USPATENT.COM Diversity STEM Scholarship. Victor graduated from Purdue Polytechnic High School in May 2022 and is pursuing a degree in…

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Matthew M. Gardlik Completes United Way of Central Indiana’s Board Member Development Program

The firm congratulates Matthew M. Gardlik on his completion of the United Way of Central Indiana’s signature community leadership and board member development program, Leadership United. Matt was one of 23 leaders selected to participate in the three-month program. Matt…

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Case Studies

Worldwide Protection for Green Leaf®’s Trademarks

Family owned, Green Leaf®, Incorporated, began manufacturing products for the agricultural industry in 1979 and has grown to specialize in designing and manufacturing injection molded nylon and polypropylene liquid handling products including valves, cam lever couplings, fittings, and sprayer components.…

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Resurrecting the Beer with the Million Dollar Flavor

In 1902, Walter Bruhn, the son of German immigrants, created a recipe for a new pilsner beer named Champagne Velvet. Over the next 50 years it grew to become one of Indiana’s most popular beers, and was actually insured with…

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