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Top Oak Park Science & Technology Lawyers - Illinois

ASG Law Firm in Chicago, Illinois, provides exceptional counsel, advocacy and support to a wide range of clients throughout the area who have serious and pressing legal challenges involving any of the following: • Technology and intellectual property, including cybersecurity, data privacy, software licensing, patents and other protections for entrepreneurs and businesses • General...

  • With a strong focus on Internet, technology, and cutting-edge law, Mudd Law Offices serves domestic and international individuals, commercial entities, and non profit organizations in a wide-range of substantive areas. The Firm represents its clients in disputes and litigation (both civil and commercial), intellectual property, and transactional or contract work. Within its Internet and technology...

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    Edelson PC is a nationally recognized leader in plaintiffs' class and mass action litigation. In addition to our cutting-edge privacy cases, we work with a variety of governmental entities in helping shape federal, state, and local legislation, as well as representing them in actions they bring on behalf of their constituents. Recently, we were recognized by Law360 as the only plaintiff’s...

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    ASG Law Firm in Chicago, Illinois, provides exceptional counsel, advocacy and support to a wide range of clients throughout the area who have serious and pressing legal challenges involving any of the following: • Technology and intellectual property, including cybersecurity, data privacy, software licensing, patents and other protections for entrepreneurs and businesses • General...

  • As a business owner, you need an attorney who listens to you and provides cost-effective advice on how you can protect your intellectual property and grow your established business or start-up. At Chicago-based  Balough Law Offices, we work to enhance the value of our clients’ products and services through trademarks, licensing, copyrights, and trade secrets protection.  We assist...

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