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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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Dan Lueders Experiences Indy Car Racing
Thanks to KeyBank

It’s May in Indianapolis and that means: the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 is just around the corner. To prepare for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” Dan Lueders and firm client, Knauf Insulation, were the guests of KeyBank for…

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Trademark e-registration certificate issuance accelerated to May 24

Starting May 24, approximately two weeks earlier than previously announced, the USPTO will begin issuing electronic registration certificates. The new date accelerates the benefits of the electronic certificates and addresses a recent paper vendor disruption. Due to the disruption, the…

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Kenneth A Gandy Celebrates 35 Year Firm Anniversary

Congratulations to Woodard, Emhardt partner Kenneth A. Gandy on his 35th anniversary with the firm. Mr. Gandy started with the firm on May 11, 1987 as a summer law clerk. After working a week, he got married, went on his…

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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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