Charlton City, Massachusetts Intellectual Property Lawyers
Kas R. DeCarvalho is a Partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC and a member of the firm's Corporate & Business Team. He has more than 15 years of experience as a corporate attorney and business leader. His practice focuses on corporate and transactional law, financing and mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate, intellectual property, international transactions, business ethics and compliance, arts and entertainment law and education law. His clients include individuals, and for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Attorney DeCarvalho is a co-founder of Original Innovative Concepts LLC, a product development and licensing venture, and Rhode Island Martial Arts, Inc.Mr....
Barry Chapin is registered patent attorney with over 19 years of experience in patent and intellectual property law. He prepares patents in areas such as software, computers, and electronics. He also provides opinions, due diligence, trademark work and counsels clients ranging in size from Fortune 500 technology companys to mid-sized and start-ups. He and his firm also work with venture capital firms, major universities, and even independent inventors.
Experienced attorney advising a federal judge on government and patent appeals, advising corporations and nonprofits. Patent Litigation in Biotechnology. Corporate law experience in 1,000+ attorney global law firms includes multiple cases in SEC & FTC defense for large scale litigation, corporate compliance, foreign exchange, shareholder derivative suits, insurance marketplace; and intellectual property litigation in trademark filing, defense and patent appeals. Patent law specialization is in Biology. International law experience in the Geneva and Vienna Conventions, International Humanitarian Law, the United Nations , Trade Law ( KORUS FTA), Corporate Social Responsibility, Alien Tort Claims, Foreign Sovereign Immunity and the Terrorism...
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Boston, MA 02116
Chris has experience in Silicon Valley and Boston, working with companies and investors recognized around the world. DLC provides strategic legal counsel to start-ups, emerging companies, venture capital and other investors, as a scalable general counsel or on a project basis. Substantial experience through the life cycle of rapid growth companies, including: company organization, seed and VC financings, intellectual property, software, internet, SAAS, licensing and strategic partnerships, international expansion and M&A transactions.
Miguel Danielson is an experienced intellectual property attorney with significant expertise in the areas of trademark, copyright, licensing, Internet, and open source legal issues. He has worked with a multitude of technology-driven companies from start-ups to publicly traded multi-nationals. Mr. Danielson's areas of expertise include trademark portfolio development and management, including all aspects of clearing and registering trademarks in the United States and internationally; trademark and copyright disputes including Trademark Trial and Appeal Board Proceedings, litigation, and all aspects of settlement negotiating; software and technology-related licenses and contracts including development agreements, OEM agreements, sales agreements, ownership and assign agreements, and...
Geoffrey G. Nathan, a leading nationally recognized major crimes criminal defense lawyer for 20+ yrs representing people and corporations accused in Massachusetts for crimes of moral turpitude focusing on federal tax fraud, white collar crimes, larceny, check, bank fraud, murder, manslaughter, DWI, OUI and more.
Trained at a prominent national firm, by leading practitioners in the field, I am honored to have worked for clients ranging from the smallest start-ups to billion-dollar companies and I bring a lifelong passion for technology to my work with each and every client. Further, I believe in developing and executing IP strategies rooted in business realities and work to enlighten my clients as to the business implications of their IP decisions.