This Spring the Supreme Court will decide whether the mark FUCT, along with a reversed swastika, should be registered on the Principal Register as a U.S. trademark for a clothing line. The Court recently decided, in Matal v. Tam, 137 S. Ct. 1744 (2017) that the long standing trademark office policy against “scandalous or immoral” […]
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LNL is proud to announce that William B. Logan, Jr. has been named to 2019 Top 50 Columbus Super Lawyer and Frederick M. Luper has been included in the 2019 Ohio Super Lawyers list. Logan and Luper were named for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law. Super Lawyers selects attorney using a patented, […]
Luper Neidenthal & Logan is proud to sponsor a free Seminar on November 8, 2018, “Attracting Talent To Your Organization Through Culture and Unique Benefits.” Other sponsors include Life Inc. Retirement Services, ClearPath Benefit Advisors, Paycor, and CompManagement. Program and registration details can be found below.
Luper Neidenthal & Logan is pleased to announce that the Ohio Trucking Association, board member John Alden of Luper Neidenthal & Logan/AldenLaw, and the National Tank Truck Carriers were successful in getting the city of Columbus to suspend their administration of a permitting program to haul hazardous materials within what is referred to the inner […]
On November 25, 2014, Luper Neidenthal & Logan attorneys won an important decision in the Ohio 10th District Court of Appeals in a hotly-contested, high dollar value (millions) commercial lease case wherein each of LNL’s client’s assignments of error were sustained. The important holdings of the decision are: (1) that a dissolving corporation’s Wind Up […]
An emerging trend in Bankruptcy law is that debtors’ attorneys are filing class actions against mortgage servicers for violating the discharge injunction codified at § 524 of the Bankruptcy Code. In recent filings, debtors’ attorneys have alleged that: The failure to update a credit report to show that a debt has been discharged is a […]
In a recent decision, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed a bankruptcy court decision from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee which held that the absolute-priority rule, codified at 11 U.S.C. § 1129(b)(2)(B)(ii), did not apply in light of the 2005 amendments to the Bankruptcy […]