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Firm Donation Helps NXG Youth Motorsports

Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner LLP is pleased to serve as NXG Youth Motorsports Technology Partner. We are proud of NXG’s impact on children and, as they celebrate their 16th season conducting S.T.E.M. education and life skill development programs,…

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Effective communication key during major litigation

Steve Geisler, General Counsel at Knauf Insulation, and Dan Lueders, Managing Partner at Woodard Emhardt Henry Reeves & Wagner LLP, have worked together on major litigation over the years, including defending against a $248 million demand for alleged trade secret…

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Woodard Emhardt Attorneys Named to the 2022 Indiana Super Lawyers® & Rising Stars Lists

The 2022 Indiana Super Lawyers® & Rising Stars Lists recognize outstanding attorneys based on a patented, multiphase process that considers factors such as peer recognition, professional achievement and high ethical standards. No more than 5% of the attorneys in Indiana…

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Fly Fishing & The Practice of Law

The 2022 Indiana Super Lawyers magazine features Dan Lueders and is about how clients, friends, and fly fishing make for a great combination. Fun on the Fly, Casting lines with IP lawyer Dan Lueders.

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Free, Online 2022 Black Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

Are you a current or aspiring inventor or entrepreneur? Would you like to learn from successful innovators and subject matter experts about keys to success and how to use your creativity to reach your full potential? If so, be sure…

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Shane T. Moreillon Elected to the Little Red Door Cancer Agency’s Young Professionals Council

On Tuesday, December 14, 2021, members of the Little Red Door Cancer Agency’s Young Professionals Council elected Shane T. Moreillon to serve a two-year term beginning February 1, 2022. The Young Professionals Council (YPC) of Little Red Door Cancer Agency…

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USPTO launches new Patent Public Search Tool and Webpage

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today announced a new Patent Public Search tool that provides more convenient, remote, and robust full-text searching of all U.S. patents and published patent applications. In the past, users could only access…

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Indiana Small Business Development Center Announces $15,000 Business Development Grant Opportunity

Applications are now open for the Indiana Technical Assistance Program (INTAP) through Feb. 20, 2022. This exciting statewide initiative connects small businesses with critical professional assistance to complete growth and improvement projects. Through INTAP, eligible small businesses may apply to…

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Woodard Emhardt Welcomes Associate, Chris Roberts to the Firm

Mr. Roberts will focus his practice primarily on intellectual property litigation. Prior to joining Woodard Emhardt, he gained valuable experience in Chicago assisting throughout all phases of the litigation process for clients including drafting briefs in support of and in…

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Scott J. Collins Selected to the Indiana State Bar Association’s Leadership Development Academy Class 10

Woodard Emhardt is pleased to announce Scott J. Collin’s membership in the Indiana State Bar Association’s Leadership Development Academy Class 10. Mr. Collins is one of 19 attorneys selected to participate in the statewide leadership program. The LDA program develops…

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Purdue University Industrial Engineering Student Team Present Docketing Analysis to Firm

As part of the Purdue University IE 431 senior design capstone project, Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner LLP welcomed industrial engineering Team 9 students, Connor Evans, Kenny Klimek, Shaheer Malik, Conley Tjahjono, and Rong Xue to observe and analyze…

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Social Media Sponsorship Disclosures in 2021

Woodard partner Blake Hartz authored the article “Social media sponsorship disclosures in 2021,” which was published by The Indiana Lawyer on December 8. The article discusses the reasons for the FTC sending over 700 warning letters to consumer products companies, advertisers…

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