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Ahaji practices all aspects of intellectual property including patents, trademarks, trade secrets and copyrights. She has filed over 100 patent applications, over 100 trademark applications, and numerous cancelation and opposition proceedings. Because she primarily represents early-stage companies, Ahaji also regularly counsels clients on business...
* Spouses: Divorce filings, prenups, separation agreements, and out-of-court negotiation
* Intellectual property: Trademark applications, copyright registrations, licensing contracts
King started his career doing marketing for embedded business-to-business technology companies in Silicon Valley, California. He moved to North Carolina, where he founded and grew a small business for ten years. Then, he earned a law degree from University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and started King @ Law soon after.
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Singh received his J.D. from Duke University School of Law in 2015 with Intellectual Property and Corporate Law concentrations and a B.B.A. from Hofstra University in 2012, cum laude, as a Legal Studies in Business major. After law school, Peter worked with Winslett Studnicky McCormick & Bomser...
I have experience dealing in entity formation, contract formation and disputes, wage and hour disputes, other employment disputes, preparing employment documents to protect businesses on the front-end, trademark registration/searches, copyright infringement assistance, and several other areas.
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He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts in North Carolina and is a federally registered patent attorney. Prior to founding Carteret IP, Mr. Taylor was of counsel for the Lexington, Kentucky firm of Stoll, Keenon Ogden, PLLC. Prior to that Mr. Taylor helped establish the intellectual property practice group for McGuireWoods in Richmond, Va. Before that, and after graduation from law school, he was...
Todd Hess primarily concentrates his law practice in the North Carolina and South Carolina markets in all areas of intellectual property. He is additionally licensed to practice law in Georgia, and in federal court with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
He brings over a decade of intellectual property experience to Barnwell Whaley, particularly in counseling start ups in the pharmaceutical and specialty chemical industries as well as the craft brewing industry.
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