Entertainment & Sports Lawyers
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Richland County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Lawyer
Entertainment & Sports and Business
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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 * Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning * Automotive * Energy Systems * Medical Devices * Optics * other Intellectual Property and Related Business Issues and Litigation
Entertainment & Sports, Business and Estate Planning
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David Spence Cox
Charleston County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Lawyer with 27 years experience
Entertainment & Sports, Business, IP and Insurance Defense
Duke University School of Law
Charleston South Carolina attorney David S. Cox is recognized in Chambers USA, Super Lawyers and Charleston Business Magazine for his work in the areas of business law, commercial litigation, products liability and intellectual property.
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William Pete Reid
Beaufort County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 17 years experience
Entertainment & Sports, IP, Patents and Trademarks
Franklin Pierce Law Center
Felix H. Kent
Beaufort County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 70 years experience
Entertainment & Sports
Harvard Law School
Milton Manning Moore
Marlboro County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 27 years experience
402 E Main St
Entertainment & Sports, Business and Real Estate
John Marshall Law School
Charleston County, SC Entertainment & Sports Law Attorney with 20 years experience
171 Church St
Entertainment & Sports, IP and Real Estate
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