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Joshua Garber Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Representing notable clients like Tesla and the City of Los Angeles, Josh Garber excels at helping clients with employment and labor laws. Many of his past clients have had great success using Josh for employment agreements and Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) hearings. With his practical advice, he has even helped clients avoid going to court.
150 reviews

Seth Wiener Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

As an experienced trial lawyer and litigator, Seth Wiener has resolved numerous federal and state litigations. His cases have included everything from family law to bankruptcy to fraud and more. Before Seth formed his own firm, the Law Office of Seth W. Wiener, he worked for several prominent law offices where he gained a great deal of experience.
442 reviews

Jordan Reis Cohen Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Jordan was introduced at an early age to cooking and food culture by his parents. He was urged to pursue a legal career that would bring him face to face with the industry he was so passionate about. After receiving his law degree, he seized the opportunity to create a specialized law firm that serves the Bay Area's burgeoning restaurant, bar, and beverage retail community.

Chad Berry Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

I have been advising businesses in a variety of commercial and litigation matters for twenty years. Too often, lawyers want to focus on esoteric and academic issues that do... read more
2 reviews

Andrew Barcello Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Andrew Barcello is a transactional attorney with more than seven years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in California and obtained his degree in law from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Andrew is experienced in dealing with legal matters related to labor and employment law, as well as trademark and copyright law. He founded his own legal firm, Barcellow Law, in December 2010, where he now acts as the founding attorney.

Dan Robinson Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Dan Robinson practices intellectual property and general commercial litigation. He has represented leading telecommunications companies, financial institutions, and softwar... read more

Linda Awkard Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Linda Awkard has a sum total of 37 years of experience in the legal world. Helping a variety of corporations, businesses, as well as individuals. She represents both international and national clients. Her main focus area is in contract law, including negotiation and dispute resolution. She has done legal work for corporations, start up and micro-businesses, trade associations, partnerships, high net worth individuals and more. Awkard studied with Fordham University Law School in New York City.
2 reviews

Bradley Rothschild Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Creativity is key for Bradley Rothschild, a real estate, business, intellectual property, and entertainment attorney. When clients need an attorney who will think outside the box for them - Mr. Rothschild is the right person for the job. He focuses on not only solving problems, but also on serving the whole client and preventing problems.
107 reviews

Manuel Bader Trademark Lawyer for Baltimore, MD

Manuel Bader is a corporate attorney at the law firm of Streichenberg Rechtsanwälte in Zurich, Switzerland. He has experience in contract law, litigation, personal injury law, insurance law, torts, and intellectual property law. Manuel received a Master of Law from the University of Lucerne, in Switzerland.

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Trademark licensing can be complex, but our trademark attorneys have experience drafting agreements on behalf of both licensees and trademark owners - thus allowing you to capitalize on your valuable intellectual property. Our Baltimore trademark attorneys can also draft and file your trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), including Intent to Use and Use in Commerce applications.

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