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Seth W.

Seth Wiener

1184 reviews
As an experienced trial lawyer and litigator, Seth Wiener has resolved numerous federal and state litigations. His cases have included everything from family law to bankruptcy to fraud and more. Before Seth formed his own firm, the Law Office of Seth W. Wiener, he worked for several prominent law offices where he gained a great deal of experience.
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Liz O.

Liz Oliner

1167 reviews
If you want someone who has gone through the trademark process over and over again, look no further than Liz Oliner. She has filed over 300 trademarks in the last year alone and has practically got the process down to a science. Small businesses and entrepreneurs frequently come to Ms. Oliner for their trademark and brand protection needs.
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Kanika R.

Kanika Radhakrishnan

419 reviews
Kanika is an experienced Patent Attorney and Managing Partner of Evergreen Valley Law Group in Silicon Valley, which serves innovative entrepreneurs with backgrounds in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. She has filed over 5,000 patent applications in the U.S. and worldwide with a successful track record of obtaining patents for clients.
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Casey Scott M.

Casey Scott Mckay

2 reviews
Attorney Casey Scott McKay is a member of the Tennessee Bar and provides in-house counsel work for all of his clients. He specializes in copyright, trademark, and patent litigation and is ready to go head-on for his clients in the courtroom. Attorney McKay loves computers and is completing his M.S. in Computer Science. Whether you need help protecting your patent or enforcing your intellectual property rights, Attorney McKay will guide you with his skills and experience.
Joseph D.

Joseph Damiens, Jd, Llm

It can be stressful trying to plan business succession and family trusts, but Joseph Damiens does his best to help alleviate the strain. Licensed in Mississippi, Joseph Damiens aids veterans in claiming their pensions, which many are entitled to. Veteran pensions can be used towards in-home nursing care and general medical expenses for the veteran and their spouse.
Kenneth F.

Kenneth Farmer

Kenneth is a shareholder at Young Wells Williams P.A. and a member of the firm’s Business Opportunities Group. He has extensive experience assisting clients successfully grow their businesses and pursue commercial real estate projects. His exceptional service is part of the reason he received has a "Superb" rating by Avvo as a Top Attorney in Business.
John W. R.

John W. Robinson Iii

John Robinson has been a civil litigator for twenty years. He has represented clients in cases involving contract disputes, employment, real estate and land use, intellectual property, construction, and complex litigation. Experienced in defending products liability, mass torts, and wrongful death matters, John also advises clients in federal and state regulatory and administrative proceedings.
David A.

David Ash

Although he has negotiated for some of the largest retail and financing organizations in the world, David Ash is still committed to working with small businesses, startups, and new technology companies. He focuses his practice on corporate law and commercial transactions and serves clients across the country. Mr. Ash is also a member of the Real Estate Section of the Mississippi Bar.
Jacob K.

Jacob King

Jake established The King Law Firm, PLLC where he works with clients with family law issues, personal injury claims, and employment law claims. Before establishing his own practice, he worked for a prominent plaintiff law firm where he represented injured individuals against insurance companies. Jacob is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in the state of Mississippi.

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