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Ross M.

Ross Meador

56 reviews
Ross is a partner at TechLaw LLOP, a high caliber business, finance, and IP firm. During his long career, he spent 15 years with prestigious firms, including Morrison & Foerster. His high Avvo rating, "superb," is the result of his expertise in contract drafting, acquisitions and investments, business relationships, and intellectual property protection.
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Eric N.

Eric Norton

24 reviews
Eric is not only a trusted business and intellectual property attorney, he has founded several businesses himself. As the founder of Norton Law Corporation, his mission is to provide top tier legal services at affordable prices for business owners of all types, from small business owners to multinational corporations. He takes great pride in helping his clients start and grow their businesses.
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Alan E.

Alan Engle

16 reviews
Alan’s practice focuses on intellectual property procurement, licensing, contracts, and litigation. He is a member of the United States Patent and Trademark Office patent bar and has counseled clients on hundreds of deals involving billions of dollars. He is committed to advising creative entrepreneurs and offers “big firm” service at reasonable rates.
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Jack J.

Jack Jmaev

5 reviews
Jack Jmaev is a professional patent attorney that specializes in patent applications, contracts and agreements, as well as patent infringement. He graduated from Abraham Lincoln University and obtained his degree in law in 2001. He also attended the California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo and obtained a B.S. in Engineering Science in 1982. Jack has an extensive technical background and has several years of entrepreneurial experience.
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Robert S. L.

Robert S. Lawrence

2 reviews
Robert Lawrence is a top California litigator with 20 years of experience in intellectual property and commercial litigation. Currently, he works at Callahan & Blaine, a premier West Coast litigation firm. Robert, who is an expert in arbitration and complex cases, has successfully taken on multiple multi-million dollar cases. He obtained his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law.
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Eric A.

Eric Alspaugh

62 reviews
Intellectual property is a very unique area of the law the requires specialized attorneys who have additional training and education. For the complicated area of medicine and medical devices, the IP complexity often increases. Eric B. Alspaugh serves as medical device general counsel or patent counsel for several businesses, a qualification that very few attorneys can boast. His expertise is invaluable to these complicated business ventures.
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Neha J.

Neha Jaiswal

6 reviews
As a patent attorney with a background in life sciences, Neela drafts patent documents in the field of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Her services are perfect for startups who need help with contracts, intellectual property protection, and corporate setup. Her work includes drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements, handling legal administration, and addressing privacy policies.
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Brenda P.

Brenda Prackup

2 reviews
Brenda Prackup works at her own Law Offices, helping her clients in legal matters in the most professional way. It is a Civil Litigation and Transactional Law Firm and focuses on representing clients in business, entertainment and fraud matters. Previously, Brenda spent her first years in the legal world working as a Contract Attorney for Steptoe & Johnson LLP. Her education is from The American College of Law, which is where she graduated with her J.D. from in 2000.
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Mandana J.

Mandana Jafarinejad

2 reviews
Mandana Jafarinejad is a patent attorney with seven years of experience. She is exceptionally skilled in dealing with corporate legal matters that involves trademark and copyright law. Mandana has been licensed to practice law in California and she is a member of the California Patent Bar. She attended the Western State University College of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctor in law. Mandana has been serving as a patent attorney at MJIP An Intellectual Property Firm since 2011.
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Andrew P.

Andrew Pharar

2 reviews
Andrew Pharar is an attorney at law who specializes in providing corporate legal services to clients in California. He received a Juris Doctorate degree in law after he graduated from the University of La Verne, College of Law. Andrew specializes in dealing with legal cases that involve patents. He is also exceptionally skilled in dealing with trademark and copyright law. Andrew founded his own legal firm, Pharar Patents, in December 2016.
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