- Lexington Herald Leader, May 23, 2019
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- Louisville Business First, March 29, 2019
Attorney and former professional chef James McKiernan gives restaurant owners a head-up on common legal issues that are treacherous for food service businesses of all sizes.
- Exploring the Alternatives: Courts and Clients Increasingly Look to Mediation and Arbitration in Resolving DisputesBusiness Lexington, March 22, 2019
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- UPDATE: University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law Trademark Moot Court Team Advances to NationalsMarch 6, 2019
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- AN UPDATE ON YESTERDAY'S RULING BY ATTORNEY KATHRYN ECKERT, February 15, 2019
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- The Lane Report, February 6, 2019
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- Fayette County 2019 Comprehensive Plan Stalled: Comments from Attorney Jacob Walbourn in the Lexington Herald LeaderLexington Herald Leader, February 1, 2019
Journalist Beth Musgrave outlines concerns from both neighborhood groups and developers relating to the 2019 Comprehensive Plan for Fayette County. McBrayer Attorney Jacob Walbourn, who represents both developers and neighborhoods, is quoted citing unclear standards in the plan.
- January 16, 2019
McDonald's has had its trademark of the words BIG MAC canceled by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) after a legal fight with an Irish fast food chain known as Supermac's.
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- December 3, 2018
You’re writing a blog post about your company and think it might be cool to snag a photo from someone else’s website and use it. It’s on the internet so it’s perfectly … illegal.
It’s against the law to copy someone else’s work and pass (or paste) it as your own, per Title 17 of the United States Code, the section that deals with the copyright laws of the land.
- November 19, 2018
- Lexington Herald-Leader, November 16, 2018
- November 7, 2018
LFUCG Councilmember Preston Worley previaled in Tuesday's election to keep his seat at for the Seventh District.