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Top Monroe Intellectual Property & Copyright Lawyers - Louisiana

  • The attorneys at Flowers Davis, PLLC, in Shreveport, Louisiana, are committed to excellence. Whether steering someone through an immigration issue or an oil and gas title matter, we use every resource at our disposal to take the burden of the process off our clients' shoulders. We are the sole immigration-based law office in our area and have attorneys who speak Spanish. Our comprehensive...

  • Our firm was formed in May, 1982, by Ronald R. Weems with one partner to provide general legal services in banking, real estate, tax and estate planning areas. Originally located in downtown Shreveport, Louisiana, in 1983 the firm relocated to 912 Kings Highway in Shreveport's historic Highland District. Since that time, the firm has evolved into a full-service law firm with attorneys focusing in...

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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.

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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Comfort Level - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information?  Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
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