Advising aspiring entrepreneurs on everything from copyrights to trademarks to patents, attorneys can be the difference between a successful startup and one that flames out — and timing is of the essence.

"When you're in startup mode, you also have a practical reality of limited resources, limited time," said David Nagle, a member and attorney at Stites & Harbison PLLC in Louisville. "You have to also help [startup founders] make choices as to how best to invest their resources."

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Louisville Business First, November 24, 2021

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