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Competent Lawyering in an Age When Everyone can be Groucho Marx

By David Hricik Mercer Law School I regularly present on legal ethics in patent practice at CLE conferences around the country, and, less often, on general ethics or other IP ethics areas, such as trademark practice.  While doing some research a couple of years ago for one of those, I ran into the phenomenon of “trademark bullying,” which is when a powerful trademark owner sends a C&D letter to a small business, threatening a tour of the pits of misery (wait for it) if the small business doesn’t...
Tags: Google, Law, Groucho Marx, Ethics, Starbucks, Warner Brothers, Louisville, Caterpillar, Marx, Jack Daniels, Jack Daniel, Daniels, WB, Marx Brothers, Groucho, David Hricik Mercer Law


Meuse – “LMN PEPPA”

Rising Louisville, KY based Hip Hop newcomer Meuse releases his new single across all streaming platforms titled “LMN PEPPA“, its the second single off his highly-anticipated debut project, ‘Space Meusic’.  Produced by Donnie Katana and Sauron, the song includes subtle elements that create summer vibes and sounds inspired by southern Hip-Hop artists, like Outkast.  Follow him on Instagram @meusetheartist. 
Tags: Jazz, Sauron, Louisville, Singles, Meuse, Donnie Katana


FBI opens investigation into fatal police shooting of Louisville woman killed in her apartment

The FBI says its investigation will be independent of the police department. Taylor was shot after police entered her home on a search warrant.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Fbi, Taylor, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal


Louisville police will require body cameras and tighten no-knock search warrants after the shooting death of Breonna Taylor

In response to the shooting death of Kentucky EMT Breonna Taylor, who was killed during a police raid of her home, the Louisville Metro Police Department will require all sworn officers to wear body cameras and change how the department carries out search warrants.
Tags: Kentucky, Cnn, Louisville, Louisville Metro Police Department, Breonna Taylor


Louisville police will require body cameras after shooting death of Breonna Taylor

In response to the shooting death of Kentucky EMT Breonna Taylor, who was killed during a police raid of her home, the Louisville Metro Police Department will require all sworn officers to wear body cameras and change how the department carries out search warrants.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Stories, Louisville, Louisville Metro Police Department, Breonna Taylor


There may be no better business in the social distancing age than this Louisville drive-in

In a way, there's no better business in the age of coronavirus social distancing than a drive-in. Sauerbeck Family Drive-in in Oldham County reopens.          [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: Religion, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Oldham County, Sauerbeck Family Drive


Federal lawsuit calls officer in Breonna Taylor shooting a 'dirty cop' with a 'vendetta'

Brett Hankison is one of three Louisville police officers on administrative reassignment during an investigation into Breonna Taylor's death.
Tags: News, Louisville, Breonna Taylor, Brett Hankison


Louisville police make major changes to policies in the wake of Breonna Taylor's death

Louisville mayor Greg Fischer announced changes to the police department's policies on no-knock warrants and body cameras.
Tags: News, Louisville, Greg Fischer, Breonna Taylor


Louisville police make major changes to policies in the wake of Breonna Taylor's death

Louisville mayor Greg Fischer announced changes to the police department's policies on no-knock warrants and body cameras.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Greg Fischer, Breonna Taylor


Federal lawsuit calls officer in Breonna Taylor shooting a 'dirty cop' with a 'vendetta'

Brett Hankison is one of three Louisville police officers on administrative reassignment during an investigation into Breonna Taylor's death.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Breonna Taylor, Brett Hankison


Phyllis George, a female sportscasting pioneer as co-host of ‘The NFL Today,’ dies at 70

Phyllis George, the former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer on CBS’ “The NFL Today” and served as the first lady of Kentucky, has died. She was 70. A family spokeswoman said George died Thursday at a Lexington, Kentucky, hospital after a long fight with a blood disorder. Her children, Lincoln Tyler George Brown and CNN White House correspondent Pamela Ashley Brown, released a joint statement, saying: “For many, Mom was known by her incredible accomplishments as the pioneeri...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Abc, Kentucky, Sports, NFL, America, Sport, Soccer, Bill Clinton, Nba, Cbs, Espn, Miss America, CBS Sports, Robert Evans


Ford to offer COVID-19 testing for symptomatic workers as part of reopening plan

Ford said Saturday it will test hourly and salaried employees with suspected COVID-19 symptoms in four metro areas where it has major operations as it prepares to reopen facilities this month. The automaker is expected to resume production and some operations at its North America facilities May 18. Aside from factory workers, Ford is also bringing back about 12,000 employees whose jobs cannot be done remotely such as vehicle testing and design. The company’s parts distribution centers reopened i...
Tags: TC, Washington, Tech, Chicago, Automotive, Ford, Transport, Automotive Industry, North America, Kansas City, Cto, Louisville, Henry Ford, Southeast Michigan, Beaumont Health, University of Chicago Medical Center


New photos of Breonna Taylor's apartment after deadly police search released

Breonna Taylor's family attorney has released photos of her apartment after Louisville police executed a search warrant in March and fired more than 20 rounds, killing her. Courier-Journal reporter Tessa Duvall joined CBSN to discuss the latest in the investigation and her interview with Breonna's mother.
Tags: News, Louisville, Courier Journal, CBSN, Breonna Taylor, Breonna, Tessa Duvall


Minute by minute: What happened the night Louisville police fatally shot Breonna Taylor

What happened at Breonna Taylor's apartment in Kentucky has turned into a national debate on shootings of unarmed black Americans by police.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Kentucky, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Breonna Taylor


Louisville woman gave birth outside hospital, used a COVID-19 face mask to tie off cord

Sarah Patrick delivered her newborn baby in the chilly, early morning hours of May 9 while locked outside of Baptist Health Louisville.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Baptist Health Louisville, Sarah Patrick


'Get your damn story straight': What we know about Louisville woman Breonna Taylor's death

Here's what to know about the police search that left Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old Louisville EMT, dead in her home.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
Tags: News, Louisville, Louisville Courier Journal, Breonna Taylor


A Kentucky EMT Worker Was Killed During a ‘No-Knock’ Police Raid. The Target Was Already in Custody.

A Kentucky EMT worker shot dead in her home during a police raid was mistakenly targeted during a hunt for a suspect believed to be in a “trap house” more than 10 miles away—who was already in police custody, a lawsuit and police records state. Internal records obtained by The Courier-Journal show the Louisville Metro Police Department intended to execute several “no-knock” search warrants looking for a suspected drug dealer who lived in a different part of town. Instead, they entered Breonna Ta...
Tags: News, Kentucky, Fbi, Usps, Department Of Justice, Taylor, Martin Luther King Jr, Justice Department, Kamala Harris, Louisville, Aguiar, Fischer, Walker, Bernice King, Crump, Glover


Superb Wine Chaser–The Gaura-Oenothera Connection

Collage by Mary Vaananen Mary Vaananen returns for her latest Guest Rant with some thoughts on the varying ways plants are anointed with their names. I am fascinated by the stories around the naming of plants. How is it that humans have come to know and name plants? From the beginning, we had a relationship with the natural world…a very deep relationship considering that we relied on plants for sustenance, shelter, and medicine …for our very lives. We could not live without them therefore we ...
Tags: Gardening, Texas, Germany, Harvard, United States, Louisiana, Louisville, Ferdinand, Lakota, CC BY SA, Royal Horticultural Society, Engelmann, Darling, Taber, Monterey California, It's the Plants


Louisville police conducting a drug bust charged into Breonna Taylor's house and shot her 8 times. Her family says they were at the wrong address.

The family of the 26-year-old EMT has enlisted the help of prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump.
Tags: News, Louisville, Breonna Taylor


Retailer Spotlight: Davis Jewelers In Louisville, KY, And Moyer Fine Jewelers In Carmel, IN

Mom & Pop shops are the unsung heroes of the American economy.
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Family of Louisville woman killed by police in her apartment hires lawyer from Ahmaud Arbery case

Benjamin Crump, an attorney representing Breonna Taylor's family, says Louisville police have not "taken responsibility for her senseless killing."
Tags: News, Louisville, Benjamin Crump, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor


Assistant Kenny Johnson out at La Salle after he was named in NCAA notice to Louisville

Kenny Johnson was fired at Louisville along with then-coach Rick Pitino and several others in 2017.
Tags: News, Sports, Ncaa, Louisville, Rick Pitino, La Salle, Kenny Johnson


The Supreme Court Can’t Help Trump Now Without Hurting Itself

The Supreme Court is about to hear cases about whether Congress and Manhattan’s district attorney can subpoena Donald Trump’s tax returns and other financial records. Trump has lost his challenges to the subpoenas repeatedly in the lower courts, and for good reason: his arguments against them are exceedingly weak.  But Trump, a profoundly transactional man who is desperate to keep his tax returns from seeing the light of day before the election, plainly expects the high court’s protection as a r...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Senate, White House, Reagan, Joe Biden, Gop, United States, Wisconsin, Manhattan, Mitch McConnell, Republican Party, Biden, Donald Trump


Louisville Slugger Select 32″ Youth Baseball Bat For $35.82 Shipped From Amazon After $30 Price Drop!

Louisville Slugger Select 32″ Youth Baseball Bat For $35.82 Shipped From Amazon After $30 Price Drop! This was selling for $136.72 before the price started to drop, $65.11 yesterday, and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon. This sells for $149.99 online from stores such as Just Bats. Meets new USA Baseball Youth standard […]
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Law enforcement for profit roundup

Kentucky: “The day before the deal was offered, prosecutors also indicted Card’s wife, mother and father. If Card gave up the cash, the written plea offer said, the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office would drop their charges, too.” [Jacob Ryan, WFPL] Same state, different case: “Conviction Or Not, Seized Cash Is ‘Cost of Doing Business’ In Louisville” [Jacob Ryan, Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting] Judge in New York: “Suffolk County may not charge $80 to resolve a $50 red light camer...
Tags: New York, Law, Kentucky, Office, Uncategorized, Missouri, Card, Detroit, Long Island, South Carolina, Red Light Cameras, Louisville, New York Daily News, Commonwealth, Suffolk County, CALEB BROWN


Festival Pass: One festival insists it’s happening next month while another postpones to 2021

Festival Pass is a weekly newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Festival Pass for Thursday, May 7 Here in Southern California, some non-essential businesses are expected to start opening in a limited capacity with curbside pickup (including music stores and bookstores) at the end of this week. Concerts and festivals seem to be a long way off, but one event insists the show will go on. Virgin Fest is scheduled for ...
Tags: California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, Stagecoach, Oakland, Louisville, Southern California, San Bernardino, Lizzo, Lazer, Riverside


Kinsale's John Murphy nominated for Byron Nelson Award

John Murphy. Picture: Pat Cashman Kinsale's Jon Murphy has been nominated for the prestigious Byron Nelson Award for senior college golfers in the US.The University of Lousiville based Irish international is one of three finalists for the honour with Colin Kober of Baylor and Georgia Tech's Tyler Strafaci.Candidates for the Nelson Award must be a grad...
Tags: US, Georgia, Sport, Golf, Ncaa, Baylor, Salvation Army, Louisville, Byron, Georgia Tech, Murphy, John Murphy, Byron Nelson, Jon Murphy, Kinsale, Amateur golf


College Podcast: Louisville hit with Level 1 allegation, Arkansas sets football dates, Murder Hornets arrive

The NCAA handed down its notice of allegations to the University of Louisville on Monday, hitting the Cardinals’ men’s basketball program with a Level I allegation — the most serious under NCAA bylaws. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde ask what does this mean for the program and just how bad could it get for the likes of Kansas? (00:40)
Tags: News, Sports, Arkansas, Kansas, Ncaa, Louisville, Cardinals, University of Louisville, Pat Forde, Dan Wetzel Pete Thamel


NCAA's Louisville dilemma: Punish former coach Rick Pitino or current players? 

The actual empirical consequences to Louisville’s case won’t be known for about another year. But Monday's notice is a good indication that Louisville and Rick Pitino are facing serious sanctions from the NCAA.
Tags: News, Sports, Ncaa, Louisville, Rick Pitino


Stringent social distancing measures in Louisville are saving lives, study finds

A new modeling study by the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences and the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness (LMPHW) indicates that stringent social distancing measures the city put in place in March have significantly slowed the spread of COVID-19 in the city.
Tags: Health, Louisville