Thrift Store Says Wood Herron Misled Copyright Office

Law360, Los Angeles (December 13, 2012, 6:23 PM EST) -- Cincinnati-based IP firm Wood Herron & Evans LLP was hit with a lawsuit Wednesday alleging one of its partners misled the U.S. Copyright Office by submitting intentionally false electronic source code on behalf of a client embroiled in a licensing dispute.

Cherryhill Management Inc., a corporation that operates three thrift stores in southwest Ohio, has accused Wood Herron partner Stephen E. Gillen of knowingly falsifying documents on behalf of Libertas Technologies LLC to obtain a copyright in an ongoing legal dispute between the two companies involving...
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