M. Rogan Morton, Esq. has been representing clients on areas impacting human... more
M. Rogan Morton, Esq. has been representing clients on areas impacting human resources (including employment, labor, employee benefits and executive compensation) for over 15 years by combining practical experience with cutting edge knowledge technology. Rogan's clients include both public and private sector employers of all shapes and sizes, including clients ranging in size from small ... view profile
Jordan concentrates his practice in two areas: intellectual property law and... more
Jordan concentrates his practice in two areas: intellectual property law and startups. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications in the computer, software, electrical, and electro-mechanical arts. He also handles post-grant patent matters (such as inter partesreexamination and review). Additionally, Jordan conducts comprehensive pre-litigation patent analyses, particularly those involving ... view profile
The function of law in a fair society is to rise above these inequities and to treat... more
The function of law in a fair society is to rise above these inequities and to treat each one of us the same, regardless of race, religion, sex, age, wealth and disability. While this ideal unfortunately is not always attained, as a lawyer, it is my job and responsibility to do my best to achieve this goal each and every time I represent a client. There is nothing else that I would rather spend... view profile
Mark L. Stulmaker practices in the areas of employee benefits and taxation, serving... more
Mark L. Stulmaker practices in the areas of employee benefits and taxation, serving as counsel to trustees of public and private pension and health and welfare benefit plans as well as to closely held businesses. He is also involved in estate planning and administration, especially in connection with charitable trusts, foundations, and large retirement plan distributions.