Ms. Baker is a Partner in the Corporate/Commercial Department. She represents... more
Ms. Baker is a Partner in the Corporate/Commercial Department. She represents business clients in full range of matters, including entity formation and modification, owner agreements, contract review and negotiation, and, in particular, trademark and copyright issues. She also has a concentration in health care, assisting many types of health care providers in business and contracting matters. ... view profile
Ms. Finch has practiced in both Maryland and D.C. since 1978. Originally she served... more
Ms. Finch has practiced in both Maryland and D.C. since 1978. Originally she served as a prosecutor in Baltimore City, where she was nicknamed "First Degree Finch" by Judge Robert Murphy for her litigation skills. At the same time, her father, Walter G. Finch, taught her intellectual property law. In 1997 she went to work in D.C. for the law firm of Stevens Davis, Miller & Mosher, LLP as their ... view profile
Attorney Stephen J. Reichert is dedicated to providing quality legal advice and... more
Attorney Stephen J. Reichert is dedicated to providing quality legal advice and advocacy that meets the specific needs of his clients. He will personally handle all aspects of your case. Contact Mr. Reichert today for a free, confidential consultation at 410-299-4959, email@example.com or www.reichertlegal.com.Mr. Reichert received a degree in philosophy at Trinity College before rece... view profile
When you work hard to create unique ideas—whether they are in the form of a song or software code—a copyright prosecution attorney can help you protect them (and maybe even earn money from them) by copyrighting your material. Copyright application attorneys know the process involved in creating a new copyright and can advise you about the need for notice of your copyright claim and what form to use, and whether you should formally register your copyright. Copyright is the best protection your unique ideas can get and it pays to be thorough.