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Intellectual Property Law Group LLP - Washington, DC

601 Pennsylvania Avenue CenterSouth BuildingSuite 900 Washington, DC 20004

Updated: 03/20/2020


At our law firm, Intellectual Property Law Group LLP, our roots are in Northern California. However, thanks to our focus on intellectual property law, much of our work requires a presence in our nation's capital. To allow us to better serve our clients, we established a branch law office in Washington, D.C. At our Washington law office, we not only serve clients, but we also have convenient access to the U.S. Copyright Office, the U.S...

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601 Pennsylvania Avenue CenterSouth BuildingSuite 900 Washington, DC 20004

Other Offices

Intellectual Property Law Group LLP Emerald Plaza Center 402 West Broadway Suite 400 San Diego, CA 92101 408-286-8933

Intellectual Property Law Group LLP 2600 Mission Street Suite 100 San Marino, CA 91108 408-286-8933

Intellectual Property Law Group LLP 1265 W. Shaw Ave. Suite 100 Fresno, CA 93711 408-286-8933

Intellectual Property Law Group LLP (Main Office) 1871 The Alameda Suite 250 San Jose, CA 95126 408-286-8933

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