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Margaret Moon Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Margaret Moon is an attorney at law with four years of experience. She primarily focuses on assisting e-commerce startups with their legal needs, but also assists other online-based businesses with their legal matters. Margaret obtained his degree in law after his graduation from the Hamline University School of Law. Margaret has been providing legal services to corporate clients since February 2014 as a solo practitioner, under the name Moon Legal Solutions.
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Todd Bassinger Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Todd Bassinger has a strong background in business law and have worked with corporate clients on their business legal matters for the past 31 years. He focuses on operations, trademarks, employment, finance and security practice areas. Todd has been the CEO of Main Street Holdings for the past 11 years. He served as the CEO of MCM Services Group prior to his current position. Todd is licensed to practice law in Minnesota.
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Todd Pearson Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Todd Pearson is a business attorney with 24 years of experience. He has represented multiple upscale corporate clients, including Wells Fargo Bank and the U.S. Bank. He is experienced in commercial contracts, business operations, bankruptcy and general lawsuits. Todd is licensed to practice law in Minnesota. He completed his J.D. in law at the University of Minnesota Law School. Todd has been operating his own law firm since 2011.
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Nathan Hansen Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Nathan Hansen is a corporate attorney with one and half decades’ worth of experience. Nathan is licensed to practice law in Minnesota. He has a Juris Doctorate degree in law, which he obtained from the University of North Dakota School of Law. Nathan primarily specializes in debt and bankruptcy, as well as in real estate law. He founded his own law firm in November 2003, where he now acts as a sole practitioner.
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David J. Holt Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

David Holt's clients love his laid-back personality combined with extensive legal and business knowledge and experience. He can also deal with the complicated terrain of health care law and can help you decipher some of the most difficult legal aspects of the new healthcare laws and regulations. Mr. Holt is a biomedical engineer turned attorney and entrepreneur and he would love to help you.
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Royee Vlodaver Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Rye Vlodaver worked at a Fortune 50 company, along with other law firms. He has since started up his own Law Offices, which have recently won two honors and awards. His specialties consist of LLC formation, Real Estate document reviews, commercial leasing, landlord/tenant issues, contract drafting and negotiations. In 2006, he was named the Rising Star Attorney for the fourth time, and he also obtained his J.D. from the William Mitchell College of Law.
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Aaron Simon Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Aaron Simon, a Litigation Attorney working for Brownson; Linnihan, PLLP, has a passion for Civil Litigation matters. He has been working as an Attorney for over 10 years and his main focus areas include professional liability, asbestos litigation, as well as insurance coverage litigation. Aaron is definitely a servant of his community - spending 6 years in the Minnesota Army National Guard and volunteering with Habitat Humanity. He obtained his J.D. in Civil Litigation in 2003.
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Maury Beaulier Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Maury Beaulier has more than 25 years’ experience and had a partner role at one of the top law firms on Minnesota. While he mainly specializes in family and criminal matters, Maury also has extensive experience in corporate governance, litigation, regulatory compliance and other corporate legal areas. Maury is licensed to practice law in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. He received a five out of five review by Martindale-Hubbel in 2016 and was also listed in the top 100 trial lawyers list.
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Paul Godfread Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Paul Godfread is an attorney at law with nine years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in Minnesota. Paul is exceptionally experienced in dealing with legal cases related to internet law. Paul also deals with copyright and trademark law on a regular basis. Paul obtained his degree in law from the William Mitchell College of Law. Since January 2009, Paul has been serving as an attorney and the manager of his own legal firm, the Godfread Law Firm.

Vincent Rotty Intellectual Property Lawyer for Rochester, MN

Vincent Rotty is an attorney at law who was recently licensed to practice law in Minnesota. He is also a member of the Minnesota Patent Bar. Vincent received his legal degree from the William Mitchell College of Law. He primarily specializes in patents, but is also experienced in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts. Since September 2017, Vincent has been serving as an associate attorney at Bradley, Berkland Hagen & Herbst, LLC.

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There are four common areas of intellectual property, which all protect different things such as: copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets. Additionally, licensing is a popular enough specialization of IP that warrants mentioning.

Our Rochester IP attorneys that specialize in licensing can help you draft contracts that grant permission to another party to do something with an otherwise protected work or product. A license can grant the right to reproduce the work by: distributed copy of the work to others by rental, sale, or lease, or preparing derivative works using protected expression from the original work, and/or displaying the work.

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