Cincinnati, OH - March 26, 2019 - Wood Herron & Evans LLP, an Intellectual Property boutique firm located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, is pleased to announce the election of new members to its Executive Committee.
Cincinnati, OH, March 20, 2019 - HCDC's Office of Innovation + Creativity (OIC) and Wood Herron & Evans (WH&E) are pleased to announce their partnership in connection with the upcoming Innovation & Technology Awards hosted by theCincinnati Business Courier. Wood Herron & Evans is a Gold Sponsor of the Innovation & Technology Awards while the OIC is a Community Partner Sponsor. The OIC is Hamilton County's innovation hub, fueling second stage business growth through targeted analytics, strategy, and connections.
Steve Gillen has been nominated for a second year of service as Publications Officer of the Intellectual Property Law Section of the American Bar Association for the 2019-2020 Bar year.
For 2018, Wood Herron & Evans received a Band 3 rating from Chambers and Partners, with recommendations for patent prosecution and preparation practice, and key sector expertise with regard to media and publishing, industrial, aerospace and wider technology sectors. In addition, Lori Krafte and Greg Lunn were singled out for special recognition. Ken Germain has been listed as one of the only two Senior Statespeople by Chambers and Partners. They also listed Steve Gillen as one of the only two lawyers ranked in Band 1 for intellectual property in Ohio.
This year marks the first in two decades that a significant body of copyrighted work has lost its U.S. copyright protection and fallen into the public domain. Why is that...and what does it mean for scholars and educators?