within 10 miles of Quincy practice in Intellectual Property Massachusetts

Michael R Reinemann Esq

Computer Law, Intellectual Property, Litigation, Medical Products & Devices, Patent

Altman & Martin

Intellectual Property, Patent, Trademark, Civil & Human Rights

Gannett & Associates

Credit & Debt, Collection, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Business

Goode Law Office, P.C.

Real Estate, Business, Lawsuit & Dispute, Industry Specialties, Intellectual Property

The Feeney Law Firm Llc

Patent, Divorce & Family Law

Boston International Law Group LLC

International, Intellectual Property, Business

Beachwood Law, LLC

Intellectual Property, Business

Shores & Oliver Pc

Divorce & Family Law, Lawsuit & Dispute, Criminal, Education, Intellectual Property

Cesari & Mckenna LLP

Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Federal Appellate Practice, International Intellectual Property, Litigation

Shalhoub & Orlacchio

Estate, Employment, Accident & Injury, Intellectual Property, Industry Specialties

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Geoffrey, Inc. v. Commissioner of Revenue

... A 1991 appraisal by Arthur Andersen & Co. determined that the fair market value of the intellectual property owned by Geoffrey was $1.5 19 billion. ... dedicated the services of an intellectual property specialist to the task of protecting Geoffrey's assets. Toys Inc. ...

Finn v. National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

... 754 (1974), arguing that its policy excluded claims arising out of the misappropriation of trade secrets (intellectual property exclusion), wrongful acts committed with the knowledge that it was a wrongful act (knowing wrongful acts exclusion), and criminal acts (criminal acts ...

Commonwealth v. Kaupp

... Detective James, having been apprised of Timothy's observations of pirated movies on Sinister's open share, seized Sinister, which belonged to the defendant, on probable cause to believe that it contained child pornography and copyrighted intellectual property. ...