Steve Heninger graduated from the University of Illinois in 1972 where he was a... more
Steve Heninger graduated from the University of Illinois in 1972 where he was a member of the track team. He served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army for two years as a prosecutor before enrolling in law school at the completion of his tour of duty. Steve graduated from the Cumberland School of Law (summa cum laude) in 1977. He then served as a law clerk to the Honorable James Hancock in the Nor... view profile
Blair Clinton’s practice primarily involves intellectual property litigation, with a... more
Blair Clinton’s practice primarily involves intellectual property litigation, with a focus on patent litigation. He represents clients and inventors from around the world who wish to protect their intellectual property rights in the United States. Before graduating from Mississippi College School of Law in 2011, Blair completed both a graduate and undergraduate degree in mechanical engineer... view profile
I am from a family of entrepreneurs. Building a business is in my blood. After... more
I am from a family of entrepreneurs. Building a business is in my blood. After graduating with a double majors in Economics and Politics from Washington and Lee University. I went on to receive my law degree from Cumberland School of Law. I am also one of the few attorneys in Birmingham with an M.B.A., which I received from the Brock School of Business at Samford University where I focused on e... view profile
A trademark protects words, names, symbols, or devices that identify a specific product for consumers. For example, Kleenex® is a trademarked company name. Other tissue makers, like Puffs®, cannot use the word Kleenex in their products, even though many people refer to all tissues as “Kleenex.” When someone uses your trademark without your consent, you will need the services of a trademark infringement lawyer. Trademark infringement attorneys know which options and procedures will get the desired outcome for your case (whether it's destroying the competing product, stopping the continued misuse of your trademark, or compensation for the money the infringer earned from your trademark). Trademark infringement attorneys can also defend your use of materials if someone claims you have infringed on their trademarked materials.