Dorchester County, South Carolina Entertainment & Sports Lawyers

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Bernard Samuel Klosowski
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Dorchester County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 20 years experience
(843) 580-9057 5401 Netherby Lane
Suite 1201
North Charleston, SC 29420
Entertainment & Sports, Business, IP and Trademarks
University of Baltimore School of Law
U.S. Naval Academy graduate; Commander, U.S. Navy; U.S. Patent Attorney: Electro-mechanical * Electrical * Software * Automotive * Energy Systems * Medical Devices * Optics and other Intellectual Property and Related Business Issues and Litigation
(864) 516-7529 220 N. Main Street
Suite 500
Greenville, SC 29601
David Spence Cox
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Charleston County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Lawyer with 25 years experience
(843) 577-7700 288 Meeting St
Ste 200
Charleston, SC 29401
Entertainment & Sports, Business, IP and Insurance Defense
Duke University School of Law
Charleston County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 18 years experience
171 Church St
Charleston, SC 29401
Entertainment & Sports, IP and Real Estate
William Pete Reid
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Beaufort County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 15 years experience
(843) 290-7460 P.O. Box 3273
Bluffton, SC 29910
Entertainment & Sports, IP, Patents and Trademarks
Franklin Pierce Law Center
Richland County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Lawyer
(803) 933-9800 1422 Laurel St
Columbia, SC 29201
Entertainment & Sports and Business
Marlboro County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 25 years experience
402 E Main St
Bennettsville, SC 29512
Entertainment & Sports, Business and Real Estate
John Marshall Law School
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