Although a customer might fire off an intemperate review on the spur of the moment—even as he’s walking out your door into the parking lot—businesses don’t have the same luxury. All responses must be carefully considered, says James Creekmore of the Creekmore Law Firm in Blacksburg.
Congratulations to James Creekmore, Blair Wood and Andrew Connors for being honored as Virginia Super Lawyers in this month’s issue of Super Lawyers Magazine. This marks the seventh consecutive year that James has been named to the list for his work in the field of Intellectual Property Law. Blair and Andrew are making their debut appearances on the Rising Stars list in the categories of Business Litigation for Blair and Appellate Practice for Andrew. Lawyers are nominated by their peers and then vetted through an independent evaluative process, with the final list representing no more than 5% of lawyers in the Commonwealth. So, kudos to our three for finding themselves in such exclusive company!
Published by James Creekmore and Andrew P. Connors, this article in the Liberty University Law Review examines some common intellectual property issues that artists face, including corporate and business law, contracts, licensing, and fair use.
You can download the full article from SSRN.
James Creekmore has been selected again as one of Virginia’s “Legal Elite” in the field of Intellectual Property Law in the December 2012 issue of Virginia Business Magazine. James has been voted to this category each year since being profiled in the cover story in December 2003, below.
Keith Finch was selected as one of Virginia’s “Legal Elite” in the field of Business Law in the same December 2012 issue of Virginia Business Magazine.
Attorneys are selected through a statewide vote of Virginia lawyers conducted by Virginia Business Magazine in conjunction with the Virginia Bar Association.