I've been in practice since 1974 beginning in the Santa Monica City Attorney's... more
I've been in practice since 1974 beginning in the Santa Monica City Attorney's Office leaving in 1977 as Chief Prosecutor. SInce January 1977 I've been in private practice litigating administrative law, appellate cases both Federal and State in firm now known as Solomon Saltsman and Jamieson. Part of our practice allows me to write legal articles of current interest. For the last 1... view profile
Eric Kelly – Registered Patent Attorney Mr. Kelly brings a technical background in... more
Eric Kelly – Registered Patent Attorney Mr. Kelly brings a technical background in chemical engineering and genetics with a bachelor of science degrees in both chemical engineering and genetics. Further, Mr. Kelly brings engineering experience in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. Additionally, Mr. Kelly is a registered patent attorney, registered to practice before the United... view profile
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