My practice focuses on three areas: (1) Intellectual property, which includes... more
My practice focuses on three areas: (1) Intellectual property, which includes Trademarks and Copyright matters; (2) Technology, which includes Software, Internet and Mobile issues; and (3) Small Business, which includes startups, corporate formations, day-to-day counseling and Employment matters.
Courtney L. Bodie joined Moses Law Group in July 2012 and focuses primarily on... more
Courtney L. Bodie joined Moses Law Group in July 2012 and focuses primarily on Intellectual Property, General Business Matters, Corporate and LLC Formations, Contract Drafting and Review, Probate Matters, Estate Planning and Employment Issues. Ms. Bodie is admitted to practice in the Georgia State and Superior Courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court. Ms. Bodie gra... view profile
Nathan Huff began his firm to offer his clients a level of personal service... more
Nathan Huff began his firm to offer his clients a level of personal service unparalleled in the industry. Nathan is committed to providing his clients sound legal advice in the most efficient manner. Nathan makes each client's case a priority.
When you work hard developing a consumer-recognizable brand, with a logo and a branded image and reputation, a trademark attorney can help you protect these assets. Trademark application attorneys can advise you on all aspects of the trademarking process, including the need for notice of your trademark claim, which forms to use (and how to file them), and whether or not you should formally register your trademark with the government. Trademarks are the only protection your logo and brand have, and trademark application lawyers are the only ones who can successfully prevent them from being misused.