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By Richard Vance
The Kentucky Supreme Court offered a new interpretation of Kentucky's usury statute, KRS 360.010, in a collection case involving a credit-card receivable.
By Rachel Dix Bishop
Beyoncé, also referred to as "Queen Bey", has cultivated and inspired arguably the largest and most influential fan group in the world, known as the "Beyhive". Beyoncé's devoted legion of fans have become well-known for stirring a "buzz" on social media platforms like Twitter.
By Jennifer J. Cave
EPA recently finalized technology-based pretreatment standards under the Clean Water Act to reduce discharges of mercury and other metals from dental offices into municipal wastewater treatment plants, also known as publicly owned treatment works (POTWs).
By Alexandra MacKay
Can you believe summer is almost over and students are heading back to school? Already some local high schools have begun their fall semester.
By Jennifer Kovalcik
Today, we have a public service announcement in hopes you don't fall victim to this ever-growing problem. If you have filed a federal trademark application or own a trademark registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you are probably going to receive—if you haven't already—fake or misleading invoices.
By Richard Vance
Kentucky Representative (and former agriculture commissioner) James Comer introduced new legislation (H.R. 3530) to reduce the burden of regulations and statutes applicable to industrial hemp...
By William Gorton III
On Thursday, July 27, 2017, the United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and the Army Corps of Engineers ("Corps") published the latest iteration in trying to define what are "Waters of the United States."
By Adam Smith
In a single day in May 2017, a powerful new ransomware program known as "WannaCry" infected hundreds of thousands of computers across at least 74 countries.
By Richard Vance
The Kentucky legislature amended KRS 360.040, which governs the interest rate on money judgments.
By Alexandra MacKay
Recently, Amazon rolled out its revamped brand registry. This is a recent example of an online marketplace encouraging intellectual property owners to embrace the platform by taking steps to...
By Jennifer Kovalcik
It seems everywhere I look, I see stores, gas stations, mall kiosks and even boutiques in Gatlinburg selling Fidget Spinners. Every kid I know has one (or probably more than one).
By Ashley W. Ward
In the state court action, two residents of a Kindred operated nursing home had executed powers of attorney designating their family members as their respective attorneys-in-fact.
By Mari-Elise Paul, Joel Beres
Yesterday, in a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court struck down the ban on registering disparaging trademarks under 2(a) of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1052(a), deeming the statute facially...
By John Scruton
Coach, the maker of luxury handbags and various other grippable accessories, announced that it will buy Kate Spade, a competitor in the luxury handbag arena.
By Alexandra MacKay
In its quest to improve the accuracy of the trademark register, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (the "PTO") has proposed a streamlined cancellation process for review and comment by August 14, 2017.
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