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Dale Ream, founder of the nationwide patent law practice at Ream Law Firm, L.L.C., has spent his professional life working with and for innovators — as registered patent attorney for more than 15 years — prosecuting hundreds of patent applications of all types to issuance and making winning arguments to patent examiners that resulted in patent issuance. Now with more than 15 years of...
Providing legal services on demand to business clients of all sizes, Ryan S. Luft, PLLC | General Counsel Outsourcing serves clients throughout the Greensboro area in North Carolina. Serving as a trusted legal adviser or an extension of clients’ pre-existing legal teams, our attorneys offer focused counsel and dedicated representation. For the convenience of those we represent, we accept...
Jeff Schwartz concentrates his practice in the field of intellectual property law, providing patent, trademark and copyright legal services to individuals and businesses. Since 1993, Jeff has been licensed and registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He serves a wide variety of clients with a particular focus on the legal needs of business owners, entrepreneurs...
Stephen S. Ashley, Jr. is a registered patent attorney licensed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and is admitted by the State Bars of North Carolina and Mississippi. He has practiced law for more than ten years, and has practiced exclusively in the field of intellectual property law for the past eight years. Stephen was born in Binghamton, New York, and raised in Charlotte, North...
Founded in 1974, Conrad & Scherer, L.L.P., is a business and commercial litigation law firm in Brevard, North Carolina. Our client-driven approach is focused on helping those we represent to achieve effective solutions to the various legal challenges they may face over the lives of their companies. We offer the sophisticated support our clients need, so they can focus on the operation and...
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