If The Shoe Fits… Own It. OSU And Horseshoe Casino Battle It Out Over Trademark For “The Shoe”

OSU seeks trademark protection for the Horseshoe nicknamed "The Shoe"

The university has dropped the other shoe against Caesar’s Entertainment, which owns the Horseshoe Casino in Cincinnati, Ohio. Caesar’s filed a trademark registration for “The Shoe,” as the name of its Cincinnati casino concert venue. OSU seeks to block Caesars’ application, saying the two are direct competitors because both hold concerts at their venues.

Ten Strauss Troy Attorneys Recognized As
2016 Best Lawyers In America®

Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.

Strauss Troy Attorney Corey Hamilton To Present Copyright Issues To UC DAAP Students

Strauss Troy Attorney Corey Hamilton, Copyright Law, UC DAAP

Strauss Troy Attorney Corey Hamilton will present copyright and trademark issues in today’s digital environment to students in the University of Cincinnati’s Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP) program on April 1 as part of its “Spring 2015 Professional Practices for Fine Artists” course.

Attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson Join Strauss Troy Firm Expands With Additional Expertise In Business & Litigation

Strauss Troy Attorney Corey Hamilton, Copyright Law, UC DAAP

Strauss Troy announces that attorneys Corey Hamilton and Theresa Nelson have joined the firm.

Super Hero Copyrights – It’s Complicated Marvel Comics And Kirby Settlement Leaves Questions For Freelancers

According to Alison Frankel reporting for Reuters, there were at least two reasons why U.S. Supreme Court watchers were paying attention to a petition for review by Jack Kirby’s heirs. The first is obvious: Kirby was a legendary comic-book artist and writer who had a big role in the creation of the X-Men, Thor, the Hulk and the Fantastic Four – enduring characters that continue to generate big returns for Marvel Entertainment and its parent, the Walt Disney Company.

Ten Strauss Troy Attorneys Named 2015 Best Lawyers By Best Lawyers®

Ten Strauss Troy attorneys have been honored as 2015 Best Lawyers by Best Lawyers®.

What Does Popeyes’ $43M Fried Chicken Recipe Say About Your Intellectual Property?

Popeyes Chicken

Popeyes Louisiana Chicken finally owns its recipes for chicken and biscuits. According to a recent bizjournals article, Popeyes paid the family of its founder, Al Copeland, $43 million for the copyright to the core recipes for its famously spicy food. Previously, the company had been paying $3.1 million in royalties to the family each year. The company will still continue to pay royalties to the Copeland family for the sauces.

R. Guy Taft Appointed ToStrauss Troy Board Of Directors

Strauss Troy Attorney R. Guy Taft

Strauss Troy, one of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s leading law firms, announced that R. Guy Taft has been appointed to the 2014 board of directors. Guy is co-chairman of the firm’s litigation group and concentrates his practice in federal and state court litigation appeals in the areas of intellectual property disputes, breach of contract, fraud, health care …Read More