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Ladas Attorney to Teach Trademark & Copyright Law Class at U of I Chicago John Marshall Law School

Ladas attorney David Brezina will teach the legal drafting course “Trademark and Copyright Law Planning and Practice” at the University of Illinois Chicago John Marshal Law School where he serves as an adjunct professor. The course will teach...

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LADAS ATTORNEY TO ATTEND ASIPI VIRTUAL 2020

Ladas & Parry attorney Sebastian Lovera Riso will be attending the ASIPI Virtual Conference 2020 from December 6th thru 9th,...

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D. PRAHL TO BE A PANELIST FOR A WEBINAR ABOUT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FOR IP ATTORNEYS

Dennis Prahl will be a panelist for an Anaqua sponsored webinar entitled: “Business development for IP Attorneys: Lessons Learned and Tools to Help Grow Your Business. The webinar will be held on: November 12th at 12pm as well as November 17th at...

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Ladas Attorney Amanda Kusnierz Spoke to Law Students at Lafayette College

On October 14th, Ladas attorney Amanda Kusnierz was a guest speaker at a virtual event for the Lafayette College Women in Law Club. During this event Amanda discussed her college and law school experiences, her position as an attorney at Ladas &...

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ARTICLE: REMEMBERING TWO OF THE SPOOKIEST HALLOWEEN COPYRIGHT CASES

As Halloween 2020 is almost upon us, Ladas legal intern Marisa Masters and Ladas attorney Robert Peverada remind us that while ghosts and goblins are scary, intellectual property cases addressing copyright issues about well-known horror movies can...

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REMEMBERING TWO OF THE SPOOKIEST HALLOWEEN COPYRIGHT CASES

With Halloween 2020 approaching, we thought it was important to remember two of the spookiest of intellectual property cases, in particular, those copyright cases addressing issues with well-known horror movies. GALLAGHER v. LIONS GATE...

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