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    Biography

    Clients won’t forget the level of customer service and legal acumen Amy Cahill brings to the table. Cahill, raised in a family of small business owners, understands the need for entrepreneurs and business owners to focus on their core strengths and to surround themselves with specially trained legal advisors who are also invested in their personal and professional success.  

    Drawn to intellectual property law early in her career, Amy is naturally curious and creative and enjoys the visual and often colorful aspects of her practice. Working with clients in manufacturing, health care, personal and professional services, technology, and hospitality, Amy proactively advises clients on how to continue and grow their businesses within the boundaries of intellectual property laws. Clients look to Amy when rebranding, expanding their offerings, developing new products, and during mergers and acquisitions.

    In situations involving trademark infringement and litigation, Amy is the attorney you want on the team to advocate for you, and when needed, fight for you in the courtroom and before administrative agencies.

    Memberships & Awards

    Professional
    Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business
    The Best Lawyers in America® 2022 Louisville, KY Trademark Law, Lawyer of the Year
    The Best Lawyers in America®
    Martindale-Hubbell AV-Preeminent© rated
    Louisville Magazine's Top Lawyers for Media Law 2013
    Managing Intellectual Property Magazine, Top 250 Women in Intellectual Property (2014-2018)
    SuperLawyers for Intellectual Property (2013-2015)

    Key Experience

    Development of streamlined online IP enforcement efforts for trademark and copyright owners and implementation of risk reduction strategies for online content providers
    Author of two U.S. Supreme Court amicus briefs on behalf of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, one in the copyright infringement class action, Reed Elsevier, Inc., et al. v. Muchnick, et al., Civ. No. 08-10,3 and the other in the landmark trademark dilution case, Moseley v. V Secret Catalog, Inc., 537 U.S. 418 (2003)
    Developer of first Intellectual Property Drafting seminar course offered at the University of Kentucky College of Law

    Speaking Engagements

    "IP for the Occasional Practitioner" - Kentucky Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2014

    "Copyright Law" - Kentucky Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2010