Does anyone have an IP attorney recommendation? Experience with web world matters would be a plus. Thx
IP attorney recommendation(8 posts)
Robert E Rohde in Seattle - probably going to be the top of the price scale.
Thank you for these spot on referrals. Doubtful I can afford them but I will look into it.
Durango, I have a recommendation. Send me an e-mail. pressure cooker 28, with no
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If cost is a real prohibition maybe check out an online self-service law service like legalzoom.com? I think you do most of the work but you can selectively check your work with an actual attorney for a fee. Probably get what you pay for but if you are up to the mental sweat-equity you might be able to do a good enough job.
Further to Be's advice, look into a free (or reduced cost) phone consultation.
Two highly recommended options are:
Adam Phillip of Aeon Law. Works with some powerhouse clients and their firm bills flat rate by project: http://aeonlaw.com/attorneys/adam-l-k-philipp/
Ashley Long of Ember IP. She is local to Ballard and is a small business focused IP attorney, who also specializes in flat-rate billing by project: http://www.trademark-lawyer.co/
Both are very reputable, and I would vouch for their character, integrity, and quality.
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