Amanda Gray | January 15, 2020
An Indiana nonprofit helping families affected by epilepsy got some much-needed help from Notre Dame Law School’s Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic to protect its brand.
Briezy’s Bunch, a nonprofit co-founded by CEO and President April Krowel, provides financial assistance to individuals and families affected by epilepsy when insurance does not cover their specific needs. The group also does outreach and advocacy throughout the year.
“From my first phone call to the Law School, I was so impressed by the professional manner in the way our case was handled,” said Marc Parker, a member of the organization’s board of directors who lives in South Bend. “I felt that our request was truly going to be considered, even though the Law School has a limited ability to take on cases due to the volume of requests for its services. Once our case was accepted the interview was detailed and the process was explained. We were given an open line of communication should any questions or concerns arise.”
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