David S. Olson is an Assistant Professor at Boston College Law School. Professor... more
David S. Olson is an Assistant Professor at Boston College Law School. Professor Olson specializes in the fields of intellectual property (especially patents) and antitrust. Before joining Boston College, Professor Olson spent 4 years as an intellectual property litigator at Kirkland & Ellis LLP and 2 years as a Residential Fellow at the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society.
As an artist myself, I place a high value on practicality. I do this by focusing on... more
As an artist myself, I place a high value on practicality. I do this by focusing on educating artists and entrepreneurs about to their rights when it comes to federal Copyright and Trademark law. It also includes my passion for the business of making a client’s art more that a "someday" goal, into a reality. With this focus on the law surrounding the entertainment industry, the internet, and s... view profile
Currently a partner in the Intellectual Property Group at Robins Kaplan, Miller &... more
Currently a partner in the Intellectual Property Group at Robins Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, L.L.P., my trial record includes high-stakes patent infringement disputes as well as copyright, trademark, trade secret and trade dress litigation. I counsel and help my clients enforce their intellectual property rights through negotiation, mediation, and licensing.My training as an electrical engineer sh... view profile
Maura Moran counsels start-ups, established companies, individuals, and universities... more
Maura Moran counsels start-ups, established companies, individuals, and universities in Intellectual Property, Licensing, and Transactions. Her clients have been in fields such as medical and mechanical devices; software (including code development); e-commerce; social networking; business methods; test, chemical analysis instrumentation; automated test equipment; electronic circuitry; signal p... view profile
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