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Kenan Farrell
Works at KLF Legal
Attended Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Lives in Portland, OR
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One of each please. #trademark   #beer  
News broke today that Lagunitas Brewing has filed a legal complaint against Sierra Nevada Brewing, the heart of which is a trademark violation
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Here’s yet another trademark lawsuit involving a brewery. This time, however, the defendant isn’t another brewery but a DUI attorney using an allegedly confusingly similar logo. #oregon   #trademark   #beer  
Here's yet another trademark lawsuit involving a brewery. This time, however, the defendant isn't another brewery but a DUI attorney using an allegedly confusingly similar logo. Plaintiff B. C. Mar...
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Defendants are alleged to have used their position as managers at Nike to steal unique and/or custom athletic footwear in order to profit from the sale of those shoes to collectors of rare athletic shoes, known in the industry as “Sneakerheads.” The defendants allegedly lied to Nike and its manufacturers by misrepresenting that the shoes would be used for promotional and marketing purposes in order to trick them into manufacturing inventory for the illicit scheme. #oregon   #trademark   #sneakerhead  
Defendants Yamaguchi and Ho are alleged to have used their position as managers at Nike to steal unique and/or custom athletic footwear in order to profit from the sale of those shoes to collectors...
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Businesses, this lawsuit should serve as a warning to have your employees sign all necessary confidentiality, non-solicitiation and non-compete agreements PRIOR to sharing your valuable trade secrets. Another common avoidable mistake in this lawsuit was to allow a salesman to use his personal cell phone as his client contact number, rather than a business number. #oregon   #tradesecret   #noncompete  
Plaintiff, an Oregon LLC having its principal place of business in McMinnville with a show room in Portland, is a domestic supplier of recaptured antique wood. Plaintiff acquires recaptured antique...
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This lawsuit will interest any company that hires employees to create artwork or other creative materials on the company’s behalf. As general information, Section 101 of the Copyright Act defines a “work made for hire” as a work prepared by an employee within the scope of his or her employment. If a work is made for hire, an employer is considered the author, and thus copyright owner, even if an employee actually created the work. #copyright   #workmadeforhire   #oregon  
This lawsuit will interest any company that hires employees to create artwork or other creative materials on the company's behalf. Plaintiff, Carol Wilson Fine Arts of Portland, Oregon, hired Defen...
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Since as early as 2000, Plaintiff has used its registered ORDER INN trademark in connection with “On-line ordering services in the field of restaurant takeout and delivery.” Defendant has begun providing similar services at the http://www.order-in.biz domain. Plaintiff seeks an injunction and damages as a result of the allegedly infringing activity. #indiana   #trademark   #roomservice  
Since as early as 2000, Plaintiff has used its registered ORDER INN trademark in connection with "On-line ordering services in the field of restaurant takeout and delivery." Defendant has begun pro...
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Plaintiff operates an online auction marketplace at the domain autobidmaster.com. Defendant, a competitor, began using the domain autobidmaser.com and autobidmater.com to redirect traffic to its own website. #oregon   #trademark   #cybersquatting  
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This lawsuit arises because the configuration of Defendant’s Heritage A-Line markers is alleged to be confusingly similar to the configuration denoted in the trademark registrations and the configuration of Plaintiffs’ COPIC line of markers. #productdesign   #trademark   #oregon  
Plaintiff manufactures and sells high-end markers for illustrators and design professionals. Their markers have distinctive squarish bodies and distinctive squarish cap-ends, both protected by U.S....
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Made from 300,000 still photos, this video is as stunning as it is ambitious.
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Plaintiff is a Portland, Oregon-based designer/manufacturer/retailer of high quality wool fabrics and apparel, and is known for its unique proprietary fabric and blanket designs. Defendant is an alleged unauthorized reseller of Plaintiff's goods. #copyright   #trademark   #oregon  
Plaintiff is a Portland, Oregon-based designer/manufacturer/retailer of high quality wool fabrics and apparel, and is known for its unique proprietary fabric and blanket designs. Plaintiff regularl...
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Website owners, you should immediately check your websites to determine whether you know the source of EVERY photograph. Unless you’re certain that you have permission to use the photographs (or qualify for some exception to copyright infringement like fair use), remove/replace the photographs at once. Take your own photographs, hire a photographer or license existing photographs. But don’t get caught in a lawsuit because you take the easy way out and grab an image from Google. #Copyright   #Photography   #Indiana  
The Plaintiff is an attorney and professional photographer living in McCordsville, Indiana. In 2000, Plaintiff took two photographs of the downtown Indianapolis skyline from a location on the Canal...
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Plaintiff is a custom guitar-maker from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He has sold his high-quality guitars under the registered STRATOTONE trademark since 2007. Defendant, based in Illinois, attempted to file its own trademark application for STRATOTONE in December 2012 but was rejected based on Plaintiff’s registration. In response, Defendant has attempted to cancel Plaintiff’s registration and Plaintiff has brought this lawsuit. #indiana   #trademark   #guitar  
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Attorney
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  • KLF Legal
    Attorney, 2008 - present
    Intellectual Property, Business Law
  • Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis
    Adjunct Professor, 2011 - 2013
    Art & Museum Law
  • Bingham McHale LLP
    Associate Attorney, 2002 - 2007
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Portland, OR
Previously
Indianapolis, IN
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1-317-808-0000
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451 N. New Jersey St. Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
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Intellectual Property Attorney. Adjunct Professor of Art & Museum Law and Digital Media Law. Music lover. Hoosier.
Introduction
Intellectual Property Attorney licensed in Indiana, Oregon and USPTO
Education
  • Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
    Law, 2000 - 2003
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