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Montgomery County, MD Copyright infringement lawyers (19 results)

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  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
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    Review: “Mr. Silverberg secured a generous settlement for me in a copyright infringement case. He was always available when I had a question. He took the time to explain all the possibilities & options, in detail, until he was...
  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.3  
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    David focuses his practice on litigation and transactions involving trademarks, copyrights, and domain names, and related product and service development and distribution issues. A former software and web developer, he regularly handles cutting-ed...
  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.3  
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    Review: “I hired Karl to assist with resolving trademark dispute over similar software products. Karl instantly responded to my phone call, reviewed the issue and recommended specific strategy considering for dealing with the issu...
  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.5  
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    Randy has more than seven years of Intellectual Property (IP) Law experience backed by extensive industry experience with a focus on patent acquisition/prosecution for software, communications, electronics, computer hardware, real-time systems, me...
  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.9  
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    John D. Mason of Copyright Counselors LLC and Mason Literary is a Washington D.C. based art and entertainment and intellectual property attorney and literary agent. His practice focuses on copyright and trademark registrations and transactional ...
  • Montgomery County Copyright infringement Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.6  
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    Ms. Finch has practiced in both Maryland and D.C. since 1978. Originally she served as a prosecutor in Baltimore City, where she was nicknamed "First Degree Finch" by Judge Robert Murphy for her litigation skills. At the same time, her father, Wal...

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