FOS shareholder Laurna Kinnel has been honored with the State Bar of Wisconsin Young Lawyer’s Division’s Tenth Annual Outstanding Young Lawyer Award..
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You did the hard work. You negotiated a placement schedule in your divorce that works for you, your ex, and serves your child’s best interests. Now, you’re faced with a work restructuring, a promotion, or a life-changing job offer in your dream city. Can you move? Can your ex stop you? What about your child’s.
You’ve taken all the right steps to protect your intellectual property – contacted your FOS attorney, defined your mark’s scope, and prepared and filed a trademark application for all proper international classes. At last, your trademark registration is approved. With the hard work done, you feel like sitting back and relaxing, secure in knowing that.
FOS’s Fall 2017 newsletter discussed the potential impact on employee non-solicitation agreements of the then-pending Wisconsin Supreme Court case, The Manitowoc Company v. Lanning. The potential is now the reality. On January 19, 2018, the Court decided Lanning, 2018 WI 6. The Court held that a contractual provision restricting a former employee’s solicitation of employees.
While the Milwaukee Bucks were unable to beat the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Playoffs this year, the team will not have an easy off-season. Instead, the Bucks will be actively defending against a trademark opposition claim filed by the makers of Jägermeister liqueur. Jägermeister alleges, among other things, that the new Bucks logo is.