I have found that my clients want a new, modern approach to law with the time-... more
I have found that my clients want a new, modern approach to law with the time-honored touches that make a lawyer your lawyer. Unlike a traditional law firm, I meet clients at their place of business - gone are the days of having to schedule your life to meet in your attorney's office. I utilize cutting-edge technology to communicate with my clients. I operate a paperless office, keeping my prac... view profile
I concentrate my practice in transactional intellectual property matters and... more
I concentrate my practice in transactional intellectual property matters and business deals involving technology based companies. Much of this work is in acquisition, protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in computer and internet technology including domain names, trademark prosecution including opposition, cancellation and interference proceedings before the Trademark Tria... view profile
Jeffrey I. Auerbach is a member of AuerbachSchrot LLC, a Rockville, Maryland... more
Jeffrey I. Auerbach is a member of AuerbachSchrot LLC, a Rockville, Maryland intellectual property and technology law firm. Dr. Auerbach received his B.S. degree in biochemistry, genetics, and microbiology from Cornell University in 1975. He received his M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees in molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University in 1977 and 1981, respectively. Before entering int... view profile
A solutions-oriented entrepreneur, attorney and strategic advisor with proven,... more
A solutions-oriented entrepreneur, attorney and strategic advisor with proven, practical business and legal experience in strategic business planning, technology commercialization, business development, client and partner management, and management and negotiation of complex technology and corporate transactions for emerging and established companies.
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