Bentonville, Ohio Intellectual Property Lawyers
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Stephen is an attorney with Jenei LLC. His practice emphasizes all aspects of patent prosecution, as well as licensing and copyright issues. He has worked in a broad range of technology areas including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, ceramics, medical devices, superconductors, semiconductor products, chemicals and chemical processes. Stephen handles a diverse intellectual property practice in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and chemical fields for leading universities, research hospitals and research institutes, as well as biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies ranging from start- up to Fortune 500 companies. He is designated as one of "America's Leading Business Lawyers" in intellectual property by Chambers &...
We practice in the areas of real estate, business transactions, commercial litigation, and estate planning. We value every client relationship, and our aspiration is to become your trusted advisors. We have been business owners and real estate developers ourselves, and we have been clients. We have families we want to provide for and to protect, just as our clients do. From these experiences, we understand the value of creative legal advice, decisive counsel, timely service, and zealous representation delivered with cost in mind.
Experience. Integrity. Passion. Value. These drive our practice and guide us as we manage our client relationships. What makes us different from any other professional organization with which you have worked? Our dedication to our profession and our desire to provide exceptional service and value. This is our commitment to our clients, and it is unwavering.
As a personal injury lawyer with over 30 years experience in Cincinnati, I am very proud of the "AV" review I’ve received from the legal publishing company, Martindale Hubbell. This company rates an attorney based upon information received from other attorneys they’ve surveyed. I’ve received the highest level of excellence in my professional as well as my ethical standards. A requirement of the Ohio Supreme Court states that every attorney participate in 30 hours of lecture every 2 years. These lectures pertain to professionalism, ethics and personal injury law. On several occasions, I have been asked to...