Colorado Intellectual Property Lawyers
Erie, CO Intellectual Property Lawyer with 18 years experience
Max received his law degree from Tulane University in 2015, where he focused on intellectual property and entertainment law. While a student at Tulane, Max was an editor of the Tulane Law Review and president of the Tulane Entertainment & Art Law Society. He earned a Pro Bono Service Award for serving over 200 hours...
McCallum Law Firm P.C. is an international Intellectual Property Law Firm concentrating on biotechnology, pharmaceutical, nanotechnology, renewable energy and medical device companies; financial entities of many types, such as venture capital groups and investment banks; universities; and bankruptcy trustees.
Please note that I currently do not offer services in litigation (including employment lawsuits and...
After graduating from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in Classical Culture and Society, she returned to Las Vegas to work as a paralegal. Once she spent five years building her skills and confirming her interest, she attended Emory University School of Law.
After graduation, Torrey moved to Colorado, and upon her admission to the Colorado Bar, she founded Livenick Law, LLC focused on helping small business and...
Longmont, CO 80501
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law and Widener University Delaware School of Law
Building on his music industry experience, Dave is an expert at band formation and separation agreements, management and agency deals, recording and distribution contracts, and all forms of licensing.
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