Anthony Cianciotti of Baker Donelson gets into the details of trademarked inventory in the event of a bankruptcy and what a lender should consider when it comes to a borrower’s continued right to use the licensed trademark and to sell trademarked inventory.
Anthony C. Cianciotti joined Baker Donelson as a shareholder in the firm’s Atlanta office and as a member of the firm’s financial services transactions group.
John David Folds of Baker Donelson provides a host of important steps lenders need to take when working with struggling long-term healthcare facility borrowers as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to negatively impact the sector.
Law firm Adams and Reese opened offices in Atlanta, GA and Fort Lauderdale, FL. Ron Bingham II is partner in charge of the Atlanta office and Christopher Mills will lead the Fort Lauderdale office.
The law firms of Baker Donelson and Ober|Kaler will combine. The combination, which has been approved by the leadership and shareholders of both firms, is anticipated to take effect January 1, 2017.
Baker Donelson attorneys M. Ruthie Hagan and Zachary B. Busey dissect the tumultuous In re CTLI, LLC bankruptcy case involving and including a debtor, a derivative action, Chapter 11, an order to surrender social media account passwords, the U.S. Marshals Service and even jail time. The resulting ruling will be frequently cited in future social media cases.