Greenebaum Doll & McDonald has formed an Intellectual Property Group that will be led by Louis K. Ebling, a member in the firm's Cincinnati office. The group comprises 14 attorneys, two paralegals and five support staff personnel. The group offers full representation in many areas, including trademark law, patent law, trade secrets, copyright law, licensing and franchise law.
Pathways, a non-profit community behavioral health center, has broken ground for Hillcrest Hall, a $1.3 million male residential adolescent substance abuse treatment center that will be located at 209 Davis Road in Mount Sterling. Hillcrest Hall has operated for 16 years in a leased facility providing services for males ages 13-18 who are addicted to drugs and have at least one prior failed treatment attempt. The program is one of only two publicly funded adolescent residential treatment programs in Kentucky.
Compiled by Dorothea Wingo
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