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Monster Energy Drink Files Trademark Infringement Lawsuit Against Local Restaurant

By Kohl & Cook Law Firm LLC |

Monster Energy Company recently filed a lawsuit against a local Ohio restaurant for trademark infringement. The suit was filed March 9, 2023 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. According to Monster Energy, The Monster Shawarma, a restaurant located in Toledo, “has sold and is offering for sale goods… Read More »

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Ex-Employees, Social Media Accounts, & Civil Litigation

By Kohl & Cook Law Firm LLC |

One of the common areas where questions arise concerning the intersection of business torts and breach of contract has to do with what rights and obligations both employers and employees have when employees leave that employer’s workplace. One specific area where this question arises involves social media accounts that employees have used, including those… Read More »

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Breach Of Contract Vs. Copyright Case Could Have Far-Reaching Effects

By Kohl & Cook Law Firm LLC |

A breach of contract lawsuit that is making its way to the US Supreme Court could have major implications for copyright violation claims and breach of contract disputes. The case – ML Genius Holdings LLC v. Google LLC – involves allegations that Google illegally lifted content from the website Genius and posted this content… Read More »

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BusinessLit

When Employers Sue Over Previous Employment Contracts

By Kohl & Cook Law Firm LLC |

Many employees, as a condition of their employment, are forced to sign documents in connection with their employee handbook and other agreements, requiring that they not compete with the company (in a very specific, illegal way), divert interest away from it, or otherwise act in contravention of the company’s interests (including soliciting the company’s… Read More »

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