Densborn Blachly is privileged to represent Indiana entrepreneurs who make, market and sell uniquely Hoosier products. A recent article by The Indiana Lawyer has profiled the successes Indiana business owners have had restoring vintage Hoosier brands. They have caused a resurgence in their retro products by capitalizing on trademarked brands that, while disappearing for a time from the shelves, were so well-established that they did not lose their cachet.
We are pleased to announce that Densborn Blachly, LLP is named a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers. Best Law Firms are chosen for persistently impressive ratings by clients and peers as to the quality of their work, their professionalism and their integrity. Coming only seventeen months after our formation, this recognition is especially gratifying for our firm. It is an honor to keep company with the other great firms named.
Recently, our own Jim Coles was featured by Pete the Planner on a segment about the significance of protecting intellectual property. Intellectual property rights can be tricky, so feel free to follow the link to the full article to learn the difference between patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.
I was recently interviewed for The Indiana Lawyer in regards to opening the new firm. They did a nice little piece that really captures the entrepreneurial essence of what we are doing, and I thought I would share it.