Represented Pearson Education Inc., the world's largest educational publisher, in obtaining an injunction to prevent the use of mymathlabhelp.com, as a site offering to use a student's user name and password to complete homework assignments on Pearson Education Inc.’s popular mymathlab.com website. In addition to claims under the Lanham Act, the complaint was also based on violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as state claims. The defendants agreed to stop providing this service and to transfer the domain name to our client.

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Lands and assets class action suit for Native Americans
Served as class counsel for plaintiff class of 500,000 individual Indians against the Department of Interior and Treasury Department arising out of more
Pennington Seed, Inc. & Pennington Seed of Nebraska, Inc. v. United Industries Corp., d/b/a Spectrum Brands
Represented United Industries Corporation (d/b/a Spectrum Brands) in trademark litigation against a competitor and successfully settled the matter more
Formation of $1.25 billion real estate investment funds for Avanti Properties Group
Representation of Avanti Properties Group in formation of six investment funds totaling $1.25 billion of institutional capital for investment in real more
Patent prosecution and counseling for Lee Valley Tools Ltd.
Counseled Lee Valley Tools Ltd. and Veritas Tools, a leading woodworking and gardening tool developer, manufacturer and retailer, for more than more