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Roy Kiesel Ford Doody Thurmon, APLC - Baton Rouge, LA

9100 Bluebonnet Centre Boulevard Suite 100 Baton Rouge, LA 70809- 5928

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Updated: 01/14/2021

Baton Rouge Patent Law Firm

Overview

Roy Kiesel Ford Doody & Thurman, APLC is a full service intellectual property practice, assisting clients from conception through production.

Our firm has served Louisiana’s intellectual property needs for over 40 years. We have more than a century of collective experience and all of our lawyers are registered patent attorneys with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Many of our patent attorneys engaged in a wide variety of professional activities prior to joining the firm, ranging ...

About Roy Kiesel Ford Doody Thurmon, APLC

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Roy, Kiesel, Aaron & Tucker, September 1, 1993

Practice Areas

  • Patent
  • Copyright
  • Trademark
  • Litigation Law

Litigation

  • 60%

Published Works

  • Practice Areas
  • Professionals
  • Representative Technologies

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Office Information

Address

9100 Bluebonnet Centre Boulevard Suite 100 Baton Rouge, LA 70809- 5928

Fax

  • 225-926-2685

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