Jessica Eaves Mathews, founder of Leverage Legal Group®, is passionate about... more
Jessica Eaves Mathews, founder of Leverage Legal Group®, is passionate about pioneering the new business model for accessible legal services to support businesses at every stage of growth. Jessica Eaves Mathews is America’s Advocate for Women in Business®, an award-winning entrepreneur, intellectual property & business lawyer, best-selling author, sought-after speaker, and leading authority... view profile
Robin Day Glenn is vice chair of the Franchise & Distribution Law Advisory... more
Robin Day Glenn is vice chair of the Franchise & Distribution Law Advisory Commission to the California Board of Legal Specialization. She has served on the Executive Committee of the California State Bar's Business Law Section and on its Franchise Law Committee, which she has chaired. She has been a member of the ABA's Forum on Franchising and the franchise law committee of the International B... view profile
Larry Donahue is a seasoned high-tech business executive and attorney, with a focus... more
Larry Donahue is a seasoned high-tech business executive and attorney, with a focus in contracts, negotiations, business transactions, intellectual property and Internet law. He boasts over 20 years of business development and IT consulting experience. His former clients (as a consultant) ranged from small startups to the Fortune 50, including GE Capital, Bank One, IBM and Amadeus. He hel... view profile
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.