Top Baltimore Intellectual Property & Copyright Lawyers - Maryland
Baroody & O'Toole is a general practice law firm located in Baltimore, Maryland, offering complete legal services for you and your business from corporate law to traffic violations to estate planning. Our attorneys serve the residents of Baltimore, Washington D.C., and the surrounding counties, including Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County, and Anne Arundel County. It...
If you live in or around Baltimore, Maryland, and you seek to challenge a previous court's ruling regarding a criminal or civil matter affecting your life, your business, your livelihood or your freedom, you can turn to the legal professionals at the Law Offices of Thomas M. Donnelly, LLC, for the quality, effective representation you need. Along with maintaining a successful appellate practice,...
Located in Rockville, Maryland, the Antares Law Group has become one of the region's leading boutique law firms for small businesses, government contractors and others who have legal needs involving any of the following: Startups and small-business formation and planning Government contracts Copyrights and trademarks Nonprofits Representing the rights and interests of a diverse range of clients...
Since 1992, our dedicated team of lawyers has provided focused business law services at the Maryland corporate law firm of McMillan Metro, P.C. Founded on a client-first approach, our business attorneys communicate clearly with those we represent through each stage of the legal process. We take the time to talk to them and to discuss their specific needs, concerns and legal objectives, and our...
A solutions-driven law firm, we provide dedicated business law services at Press, Dozier & Hamelburg, LLC, in Bethesda, Maryland. Our attorneys represent individuals, entrepreneurs, government contractors, businesses and nonprofit organizations throughout Montgomery County, offering personal attention and focused insight. Having decades of legal experience, our seasoned team of professionals...
With 41 years of legal experience, I provide civil litigation, and federal and state trade regulation services at the Bethesda, Maryland law office of David J. Federbush, Esq., just across the District of Columbia line. Admitted to practice in Maryland, D.C. and Florida, I represent individual and corporate clients and also provide consulting and advisory services to other lawyers and law...
Since 1992, our dedicated team of attorneys has provided focused business law services at the law firm of McMillan Metro, P.C. We represent clients in Potomac, Maryland, and throughout Montgomery County and the rest of the state, as well as in Washington, D.C., providing personalized counsel and focused advocacy. Our firm also sees clients by appointment at our satellite locations in Frederick,...
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You've come to the right place. If you have created something new -- whether it is artistic or scientific -- and you wish to protect your rights to your invention, an intellectual property lawyer can help.
Intellectual property lawyers also help you react to unauthorized use and misuse of your intellectual property in cases like copyright infringement.
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