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Carrithers Law Office, PLLC - Louisville, KY

2950 Breckenridge LaneSuite 10 Louisville, KY 40220

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Updated: 01/20/2021

Louisville Intellectual Property Law Firm

Overview

  • Registered Patent Attorney specializing in patent, trademark, trade secrets, copyright law, and unfair competition matters serving clients throughout the United States and in foreign countries.
  • Served as In-house Intellectual Property Counsel reporting to General Counsel for The Valvoline Company in patent, trademark and licensing matters for over 17 years...

About Carrithers Law Office, PLLC

Practice Areas

  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Patents
  • Science & Technology Law
  • Trademarks

Honors

  • University of Virginia Sigma Xi Research Honorary
  • Who's Who in American Law Schools
  • Commerce Award
  • Journalism Award
  • Rotary Award

Published Works

  • "Trade Secrets and Remedies", Northern Kentucky University, 1988
  • "Beverage Alcohol Production", Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., 1985
  • "Mixed Culture Fermentations of Cellulose to Ethanol", University of Virginia

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2950 Breckenridge LaneSuite 10 Louisville, KY 40220

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Carrithers Law Office, PLLC 120 West Stephen Foster Avenue Suite 101 Bardstown, KY 40004 502-513-0889

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