In a dispute between a prominent intellectual property lawyer and his former firm, a Pennsylvania federal judge has refused to issue an injunction that would have forced the firm to completely eliminate all uses of the departing lawyer’s name and all mention of his court victories.

In her 27-page opinion in Tillery v. Leonard & Sciolla, Senior U.S. District Judge Norma L. Shapiro found that attorney M. Kelly Tillery of Pepper Hamilton is not likely to succeed on any of the five claims he alleged.

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