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IN THE MATTER OF KNUTH

... its Verified Notice of Foreign Discipline and Petition for Issuance of an Order to Show Cause, wherein it is demonstrated that Randall J. Knuth, the respondent herein, an attorney admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana and before the United States Patent and Trademark ...

Regula v. HPG CORPORATION

... The "defect" if one exists, is open, obvious, and therefore, "patent" not "latent.". (App. at 19) (emphasis in original). ... Regula argues the trial court abused its discretion because whether the alleged loading defect was latent or patent was a question for the jury. [1] We disagree. ...

INDIANAPOLIS CONCRETE v. UNEMPLOYMENT INS.

... have considered several factors, including acquisition of: (1) manufacturing equipment and machinery; (2) office equipment; (3) corporate name; (4) inventories; (5) covenants not to compete; (6) possession of premises; (7) good will; (8) work in progress; (9) patent rights; (10 ...