As an intellectual property attorney, my practice covers all aspects of patent, trademark, copyright and related fields including protection and enforcement. Simply put, I enjoy what I do and my clients see that first hand.
Practice areas & skills: Patent Application, Trademark Infringement, Patent Infringement, Intellectual Property
Highly Specialized in Patent & Wrongful Termination Cases. 25 Years of Biomedical Research.
Practice areas & skills: Patent Application, Wrongful Termination
Dalbert (Dal) U. Shefte has practiced IP law in Charlotte for over 50 years in the firms of Shefte Pickney and Sawyer, which merged with Kennedy Covington and Hickman, which merged with K&L Gates.Dal specializes in patents, trademarks and copyrigh...
Practice areas & skills: Patent Application, Trademark Application, Intellectual Property, Patent Infringement, Copyright Application
Memminger E. Wiggins began practicing law in 1996 after graduating from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, located in Lansing, Michigan. The goal from the beginning was to provide prompt, professional, but yet personal, legal services to his client...
Practice areas & skills: Patent Application, Intellectual Property, Trademark Application, Corporate & Incorporation, Copyright Application
Chris Douglas is an accomplished pre- and post-grant patent practitioner. Chris focuses his practice on counseling and securing foreign and domestic patent rights for his clients. Chris's experience includes the preparation and prosecution of pate...
Practice areas & skills: Patent Application, Intellectual Property, Patent Infringement
People who invent unique products and processes need patent prosecution attorneys to apply for government protection of their inventions. Patent application lawyers are uniquely qualified to file your patents with the U. S. Patent and Trademark Office, as they know what to file to show the unique quality of your invention and can clarify precisely why it differs from other similar patented inventions. The process is complex and a patent prosecution attorney usually has a related technical background. For example, a patent application attorney working on new cancer drugs may have a microbiology degree, or one working on new operating systems may have a computer science degree.