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Robert Y. Lewis
Finney County, KS Trademarks Lawyer with 32 years of experience
Trademarks, Civil Rights, Employment and IP
Stanford Law School and Stanford University
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Trademarks, Business, Landlord Tenant and Real Estate
University of Kansas School of Law and University of Kansas School of Law
Matthew is a motivated and experienced attorney. He's a Kansas City metro area native and resident who is licensed to practice on both sides of the state line. He enjoys working with entrepreneurs as well as those who have an interest or a need in real estate. At his core, Matt is a cost-effective and creative problem solver.
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Trademarks, Business, Estate Planning and IP
The University of Toledo College of Law
I am a Christian, husband, and father of five who has work experience in the sciences, manufacturing, and the mission field. I am a hard worker, a diligent researcher, and an effective representative. I am committed to providing excellent legal services to all those who will trust me to be their attorney. I started Coughlin Law Office with the goal of providing legal services to businesses and individuals throughout northeast Kansas and beyond.
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Offers Video ChatTrademarks, Business and IP
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Franklin County, KS Trademarks Lawyer with 24 years of experience
Trademarks, IP and Patents
University of Kansas School of Law
Dale has spent his entire professional career working with and for inventors. He has been a registered patent attorney for seventeen years and has prosecuted hundreds of patent applications of all types to issuance. Dale has been very successful at making winning arguments to patent examiners that result in patent issuance. In addition, Dale is an excellent and personable communicator with his clients.
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