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Top Eagar Intellectual Property & Copyright Lawyers - Arizona

At the law office of May, Potenza, Baran & Gillespie, P.C., we are committed to providing those in the state of Arizona with the best legal representation for all family law and mediation matters. As this is a difficult time for any family, our attorneys are compassionate, kind and sensitive even as they aggressively defend the rights of our clients. Along with family law, we represent clients...

Devoted to helping your business succeed, the law office of Fredenberg Beams in Phoenix, Arizona, is here to help you with all of the serious and pressing legal challenges affecting your commercial enterprise. Serving a diverse range of business owners, entrepreneurs and other professionals across the state, the attorneys at our law firm possess decades of combined legal experience, and we all...

With a history that dates back to 1933, the Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden, P.L.L.C., law firm in Flagstaff, Arizona, has become the trusted source for individuals, families and businesses seeking the highest level of representation possible for their serious and complex legal challenges. Serving a diverse range of clients across the state, the attorneys at the law firm possess decades of legal...

At The Keith Miller Law Group, we know how hard businesses work to develop their intellectual property. Our business and patent law firm offers dedicated legal counsel to clients in Phoenix, Arizona, and throughout Scottsdale, Peoria, Avondale, Goodyear, Tempe, Mesa and Chandler. We work directly with small-business owners, large-business owners and investors alike to help them protect what is...

  • -Business Law for Business Owners- With  experience in business and law, and as a professor of business law and ethics at A SU , attorney Donald Hudspeth understands business from the "inside-out," not the "outside-in. This has allowed his firm, The Law Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, P.C., to maintain its position as one of the leading small business law firms in Arizona....

Need help with Intellectual Property & Copyright Law?

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.

Use FindLaw to hire a local intellectual property lawyer near you to help you proactively and reactively protect your intellectual property.


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