Crain’s Detroit Business
Southfield, Mich. – Crain’s Detroit Business has issued their “Top Verdicts, Settlements of 2011” and the trademark infringement lawsuit, Innovation Ventures LLC v. N2G Distributing Inc. involving the popular 5-Hour Energy® drink, made the list of big cases. In November 2011, Michigan intellectual property law firm Brooks Kushman secured a $1.75 million jury verdict on behalf of client, Innovation Ventures LLC, dba Living Essentials, the maker of the 5-Hour Energy® drink, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Brooks Kushman litigators, Mark Cantor and Marc Lorelli were lead counsel in the trademark infringement action.
About Brooks Kushman P.C.
Established in 1983, Brooks Kushman P.C. (brookslaw.wpengine.com)is a nationally ranked intellectual property and technology focused law firm with offices across the nation. The firm has over 70 lawyers and patent agents specializing in various disciplines. Brooks Kushman has a reputation for providing leading intellectual property strategy and counseling with a focus on the business objectives of its clients, and represents clients across many industries with respect to protection, enforcement and monetization of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyright, and trade secrets.
Brooks Kushman counts a number of Fortune 100 companies among its clients and is often recognized by its peers and leading trade publications. The firm is recognized as a “Go-To Law Firm for Fortune 500 Companies” according to Corporate Counsel magazine, a “Best Law Firm” according to U.S. News, a “Best at Client Focus” firm according to Fortune 1000 companies surveyed by The BTI Consulting Group, one of the top intellectual property firms according to Fortune 100 companies surveyed by IP Law & Business, and is listed on the Law360 Intellectual Property 100 List.