When he was a teen-ager in Montgomery, Ala., Joseph M. Beck watched Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. make history boycotting the city’s buses.

Now, as an intellectual property partner with Kilpatrick Stockton, Beck is litigating two cases that will decide who profits from the King and Parks legacies.

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