Intellectual Property Crimes — Louisiana

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  Offenses Against Intellectual Property  —  La R.S. 14:73.2 An offense against intellectual property is the intentional: (1)  Destruction, insertion, or modification, without consent, of intellectual property; or (2)  Disclosure, use, copying, taking, or accessing, without consent, of intellectual property. Whoever commits an offense against intellectual property shall be fined not more than $500, or imprisoned… Read more »

Illegal Use of Counterfeit Trademark — Louisiana Law

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  Illegal Use of Counterfeit Trademark No person shall knowingly sell, possess with the intent to sell, or otherwise transfer for compensation anything of value having a counterfeit trademark. “Person” shall include an individual, corporation, partnership, association, or other body of persons, whether incorporated or not. “Counterfeit trademark” shall mean a false trademark that is… Read more »

White Collar Crime Defense Attorney

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  New Orleans White Collar Crime Attorney Winning criminal cases requires a winning trial strategy. While many criminal cases are resolved before trial, in either a dismissal or favorable plea settlement, it is fundamental that every case be treated from the outset as a case that will go to trial. This means two things. First:… Read more »