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I have always been more than happy with my attorney, but our last engagement compelled me to post a review. Fourteen years prior, the previous owner of my company lost a key domain name due to carelessness. The name was left to expire and it was promptly picked up by an offshore company who is a heavyweight in the domain name business. Steve found that they had successfully defended their turf many times in the past. The domain name we wanted back was the trademarked name of our flagship product; so a very important piece of intellectual property for us to own. The stakes were high. Steve went above and beyond, even researching the panelists for our arbitration case, and writing eloquent briefs that clearly stated our position with alternative scenarios and cited cases. He anticipated the next move of our opponents so well that we received a unanimous decision in our favor from WIPO (the World Intellectual Property Organization) who arbitrates international cases of this type. I can't say enough about the good work that Steve does on our behalf. He is an asset to any organization and he and Mark do great work. Need a great partner in your corner when battling the daily challenges of business law? I can confidently recommend Steve and everyone at BracePoint Law.
We've worked with Steve throughout the past 8 years or so, primarily on issues re: Intellectual Property, trademarks, and protecting creative content. Our business is in the toy & game development area, but also includes some consulting and contract work.
Steve has been outstanding in every aspect - quick to respond, well-versed in our industry, and sincerely engaged in our business.
One of the things we most appreciate about Steve is his ability to look at an issue objectively from each viewpoint and offer a number of solutions - each with clearly marked out implications. In other words, he does not come to the table with a strong opinion; rather, he considers all elements of a situation prior to making a suggestion. We like that, as it helps us think about how our decisions might affect our creative partners, inventors, and customers.