Middleton Reutlinger assists Louisville Water with matters related to personal injury/property damage, litigation, business services and corporate law. Middleton Reutlinger is proud to assist Mile Wide Beer Co. in applying for and obtaining its federal and state alcoholic beverage licenses.
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Real Estate Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Real Estate Law. Middleton Reutlinger is committed to serving its clients on an efficient and cost effective basis. Members of the real estate practice group are admitted to practice in a number of states, including Kentucky, Indiana and Georgia. Middleton Reutlinger handles a wide variety of real estate-related matters on a local, regional and
(7 days ago) Middleton Reutlinger assists Louisville Water with matters related to personal injury/property damage, litigation, business services and corporate law. Middleton Reutlinger assists Hillerich & Bradsby with the development and protection of its intellectual property assets, both …
(9 days ago) Middleton Reutlinger assisted Zimmer Biomet in transitioning its distributors during the recent merger between their companies. In addition, we have assisted Zimmer Biomet in commercial litigation, as well as protecting the company's rights within their non-compete agreements.
Municipal Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(2 days ago) Municipal Law. Main Menu. Middleton Reutlinger handles a variety of matters that often involve local, state and federal regulations. As a consequence, our attorneys frequently appear before many local, state and federal agencies and other governmental entities. Our attorneys also have extensive experience handling administrative hearings as
Education Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(8 days ago) Education Law. Middleton Reutlinger attorneys have over 140 combined years of experience, with a special focus on representing Kentucky’s schools and educators. Our expert team has the deep knowledge required to handle education-related matters including: personnel problems, special education cases, tort claims, personal and constitutional
About Middleton: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Maintaining its status as a medium-sized law firm since 1854, Middleton Reutlinger provides a broad range of legal services for a diverse client base. Middleton Reutlinger’s goal is to provide accessible service in an efficient manner. The firm understands each client’s business and tailors its services to meet the ever-changing demands of
Health Care Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(3 days ago) Health Care Law. Middleton Reutlinger represents health care companies, institutions and individuals throughout the nation. The firm’s health care litigation and medical malpractice group represents national and regional skilled nursing facility or nursing home providers, assisted living communities, as well as administrators and directors of
Intellectual Property Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(3 days ago) Intellectual Property Law. Middleton Reutlinger’s intellectual property team is not only the largest in Kentucky, it is also one of the most highly-regarded and active in the Southeast. Each year many of the firm’s attorneys are named “IP Stars” by the highly-respected Managing Intellectual Property IP Handbook, and the firm is
Government and Regulatory Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(7 days ago) Government and Regulatory Law. Main Menu. Middleton Reutlinger handles a variety of matters that often involve local, state and federal regulations. As a consequence, our attorneys frequently appear before many local, state and federal agencies and other governmental entities. The firm’s attorneys are well-known in the political process and
(6 days ago) Law firms pose a uniquely attractive target for hackers. A hacker who attacks a single company might obtain valuable information about that company; the same hacker can obtain valuable information about dozens or even hundreds of companies by hacking a single law firm. And, the scope of the information that a law firm possesses can be staggering.
Business Law: Middleton-Reutlinger
(6 days ago) Business Law. Middleton Reutlinger business attorneys rely upon our practical understanding of commercial transactions and the laws governing those transactions to provide valuable guidance to our clients. Our broad-based business experience affords our attorneys the opportunity to focus on our clients’ commercial goals within the legal
(9 days ago) Middleton Reutlinger’s employment law group has the ability to practice and advise across virtually all areas of employment law. In addition, our attorneys have the experience needed to resolve the numerous legal issues that frequently arise in employer-employee relationships.
(9 days ago) Middleton Reutlinger’s litigation practice has been one of the firm’s greatest strengths over the years. More than sixty percent of the firm’s attorneys engage in various types of litigation. The commercial litigation area specializes in a broad variety of commercial business and tort litigation on a local, regional and national level.
Construction Litigation: Middleton-Reutlinger
(1 days ago) We draw upon the expertise of the firm’s practices in tax, transactional, financial, bankruptcy, environmental, real estate, employment law, litigation and alternative dispute resolution. We are also experienced in insurance, surety and other risk management issues that …
Employment Litigation: Middleton-Reutlinger
(Just Now) Employment Litigation. Middleton Reutlinger’s employment law practice is geared toward resolution of the numerous issues commonly confronting the employer-employee relationship. Our firm has represented employers in EEOC, discrimination, labor arbitration and other disputes in a variety of forums and on selected occasions represented employees.
Patent Attorneys Louisville Kentucky: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) James Cole named in Louisville Business First's 20 People to Know in Law. August 16, 2019. Louisville Busines First. 21 Middleton Attorneys Recognized by Kentucky Super Lawyers and 7 Recognized by Kentucky Rising Stars for 2019. December 7, 2018.
Intellectual Property Litigation: Middleton-Reutlinger
(Just Now) Middleton Reutlinger has extensive experience in intellectual property (“IP”) litigation. Our firm's IP litigation team actively litigates (prosecutes and defends) cases in federal and state courts and has obtained and defended temporary restraining orders, preliminary and permanent injunctions, and judgments in significant patent, trademark, trade secret, and copyright cases across the
Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights: Middleton-Reutlinger
(9 days ago) At Middleton Reutlinger, our bankruptcy and creditor’s rights group has the experience, knowledge, and proven record of success our clients need, for both individuals and entities, consumer or business-related. Middleton Reutlinger’s attorneys can counsel you …
Kevin Chlarson: Middleton-Reutlinger
(7 days ago) Alcohol Beverage Law . Co-lead counsel in representing a Northern Kentucky alcohol retailer in opposing the Kentucky grocery store industry’s attempt to have the federal courts eliminate Kentucky’s prohibition against liquor and wine sales in grocery stores and convenience stores.
Business Litigation: Middleton-Reutlinger
(7 days ago) Business Litigation. The business litigation team includes a broad variety of commercial business and tort litigation on a local, regional and national level. Attorneys litigate cases throughout Kentucky and the nation, including state, federal and appellate courts. The firm’s attorneys have appeared personally in the United States Supreme Court.
Xing Liu, PE: Middleton-Reutlinger
(1 days ago) Before law school, Xing worked as a mechanical engineer at a consulting engineering firm in Ohio, where he designed commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing, and fire protection systems. During law school, he served as Articles Editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal (AIPLA QJ).
Mark Fenzel: Middleton-Reutlinger
(3 days ago) Mark S. Fenzel leads the insurance litigation practice at Middleton Reutlinger. He has more than thirty years of trial experience and is a frequent presenter of professional malpractice and education law, and has authored numerous articles.
Alexander Brackett: Middleton-Reutlinger
(1 days ago) Alexander P. Brackett is a registered patent attorney and a member of Middleton Reutlinger’s intellectual property practice group, focusing on patent law, U.S. patent prosecution, intellectual property licensing, and foreign patent prosecution.
Blaine Lewis: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Blaine Lewis is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in the areas of trucking litigation, FELA and railroad litigation, product liability, professional liability and general tort litigation. He has over 20 years experience defending Fortune 500 companies in catastrophic injury cases and has tried many cases to …
(7 days ago) The Diversity Law Institute (DLI) is a nonprofit international association of lawyers and law firms committed to diversity in all aspects of the legal profession and justice systems of the United States and Canada. Its purpose and mission is to advance the interests of women and minorities in the profession and to aid in the administration of
John Purcell: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) John Purcell is a registered patent attorney and a member of the law firm's intellectual property practice group. John primarily focuses his practice on patent prosecution. While obtaining his bachelor's of science in electrical engineering, John programmed and implemented control systems for a variety of industrial applications, including
James Higgins Jr.: Middleton-Reutlinger
(6 days ago) James R. Higgins, Jr. is the founder of the firm’s intellectual property law section and also handles business litigation. Since its founding, the firm’s intellectual property law section has expanded into the largest in the state.
Kenneth Handmaker: Middleton-Reutlinger
(Just Now) Overview. Kenneth S. Handmaker concentrates his practice in the areas of employer-employee relations, administrative practice before alcoholic beverage, health care and revenue regulatory bodies, constitutional law and business transactions and business litigation. His varied practice is national in scope and has produced a number of legal
Patrick O'Bryan: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Patrick. Shane. O'Bryan. Shane's practice is primarily in litigation with an emphasis on product liability, utility law, transportation law, insurance coverage litigation, insurance defense and commercial litigation. He has handled product liability matters for clients in a variety of industries, including medical device manufacturers
(3 days ago) Middleton Reutlinger's philosophy is to give back to the community for all the support it has received over the years. The firm has run public service advertising campaigns highlighting a variety of local nonprofit organizations with limited resources, to increase these organizations' visibility. These award-winning ads have been recognized
Brian McGraw: Middleton-Reutlinger
(5 days ago) Represented defendant, a law firm who represented a printer manufacturer in connection with a long-standing trade secret misappropriation case in federal court in Kentucky, in the subsequent malpractice action. Obtained summary judgment in favor of the law firm, successfully avoiding a multi-million dollar claim asserted by the former client.
Dennis Murrell: Middleton-Reutlinger
(6 days ago) Lead trial counsel defending large law firm against $80 million dollar claim of former client for negligence in the handling of commercial litigation. Case was successfully resolved during trial. Lead trial counsel in representing a former business owner against an investor and …
Compelling and Staying Arbitration in Kentucky
(2 days ago) If the agreement falls under federal law, state courts apply the FAA, which preempts conflicting state law only to the extent the state law “stands as an obstacle to the accomplishment and execution of the full purposes and objectives of Congress” (Volt Info. Scis., Inc. v. Bd. of Trs.
John Salazar: Middleton-Reutlinger
(5 days ago) John Salazar currently serves as a member of Middleton Reutlinger’s management committee. He is a registered patent attorney and concentrates his legal practice in intellectual property, especially in patents, trademarks, copyrights and computer law.
Augustus Herbert: Middleton-Reutlinger
(9 days ago) Augustus. S. Herbert. Augustus Herbert practices in the litigation area, concentrating in employment law, insurance defense, commercial litigation and intellectual property litigation. Mr. Herbert has also counseled and represented numerous employers concerning FMLA, ADA, EEOC, wage and hour, statutory compliance, discrimination defense, and
Scott Higdon: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Scott. W. Higdon. Scott Higdon is a registered patent attorney in the firm’s intellectual property practice group. Mr. Higdon concentrates his practice on patent prosecution, patent counseling, and post-grant practice for software and electrical technologies. Mr. Higdon has experience developing patent portfolios for companies of all sizes
Matthew Dearmond: Middleton-Reutlinger
(8 days ago) Matthew. Dearmond. A strong belief in fairness and equity led Matt Dearmond to study philosophy and political science in college – but he knew early on his education and personal interests were pointing him toward a career in the law. As an undergraduate at the University of Kentucky, Matt served as an intern for the Kentucky Legislative
O. Grant Bruton: Middleton-Reutlinger
(4 days ago) Representative Matters. Cases which Mr. Bruton has argued and briefed have “made” law in many areas: Criteria for valuing service stations for eminent domain purposes, Standard Oil Co. v. Commonwealth, Department of Highways; An insurer’s right to refuse coverage for intentional torts, Continental Insurance Companies v. Hancock;
Brooks Alexander: Middleton-Reutlinger
(8 days ago) Prior to practicing law, Mr. Alexander worked as a Certified Public Accountant and tax specialist for a national accounting firm. He is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Louisville, the Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations. Mr.
Siyuan Ge: Middleton-Reutlinger
(1 days ago) During law school, she worked as a summer law clerk for two IP boutiques in the Greater New York area, gaining experience in patent prosecution, trademark litigation, and opinion work. She has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in a wide range of technologies, including: digital power supply, data stream encoding/decoding, information
Andrew Stosberg: Middleton-Reutlinger
(7 days ago) Andrew Stosberg is an of counsel attorney at Middleton Reutlinger with two decades of corporate and bankruptcy law experience. Andrew serves as external general counsel for companies, including a large privately-owned company where he handles contract review and negotiations, litigation, employment and other matters for all of his client's national facilities.
Sherry Hurley: Middleton-Reutlinger
(6 days ago) Sherry earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Louisville in 2000. Having long been determined to become an attorney, she enrolled in the Brandeis School of Law at UL shortly thereafter. After graduation, Sherry began her career as a staff attorney with the Louisville Metro Public Defender’s Office, eventually
J. Casner Wheelock: Middleton-Reutlinger
(7 days ago) J. Casner Wheelock is a director in the firm and member of the business law practice group. He focuses on planning and transactional matters, with experience in negotiating and structuring formations, mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations and divestitures; cross-border transactions; private equity; real estate and construction transactions; and general business law matters.
Ian Henderson: Middleton-Reutlinger
(5 days ago) Ian Henderson has been an attorney in the planning and administration of many estates and has written hundreds of wills for clients. He has utilized his experience in estate and charitable planning, real property matters and asset management.
Amy Berge: Middleton-Reutlinger
(1 days ago) Amy. B. Berge. Overview News Involvement. Overview. Amy B. Berge serves as an advisor and litigator, providing strategic counseling and business advice to both small and large companies regarding intellectual property, technology, advertising, online privacy, and licensing. A significant part of her practice involves the development, management