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During their search, they located items used to manufacture counterfeit bills, including gel pens, double-sided tape, a water proofer, a printing paper booklet, several articles of ink and paint, and two printers.
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Shumaker’s Intellectual Property Litigation Team Secures Dismissal of Lanham Act and Trade Secret Misappropriation ClaimsDecember 1, 2023
The Court held that a claim may be preempted by the Copyright Act even if the subject matter of the work could not be registered by the Copyright Office.
Riverside Family Sues Virginia Sheriff’s Office for Hiring ‘Catfish Cop’ Austin Lee Edwards, Who Killed Three Family MembersDecember 1, 2023
Edwards, a Virginia deputy, catfished a 15-year-old girl, kidnapped her and murdered her grandparents, Mark and Sharie Winek, and mother, Brooke Winek, in their Riverside home in November 2022.
Cicero Man Sentenced to Thirty Years in Federal Prison After Sexually Exploiting Children He Lured by Offering Vape Pens on SnapchatDecember 1, 2023
Glenn has a history of engaging in unlawful sex acts with children. In October 2020, Glenn engaged in sex with a girl who was between 14- and 15-years-old. Glenn was 23-years-old at the time.
Repeat Felon Sentenced to Over Thirteen Years in Federal Prison for Drug Trafficking and Illegal Possession of Firearms and Glock SwitchesDecember 1, 2023
According to court documents, on three separate occasions between April 17 and May 10, 2023, Phillip Bonds sold a total of approximately 364 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine to another individual.
According to the federal charges, an owner of Spectacle, identified as Individual A, offered, and Eberhart accepted, the promise of future employment at Spectacle, which included annual compensation of at least $350,000.
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CHARLESTON, SC — Shumaker Partner Katie Hinson Lewis has earned a spot on the South Carolina Lawyers Weekly Real Estate Power List. This prestigious recognition highlights Katie’s exceptional contributions to the field of real estate law in South Carolina. The South Carolina Lawyers Weekly Real Estate Power List showcases lawyers considered to be leaders in their field. Honorees are selected
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