About this office:
The firm has a diverse and broad-based general practice and provides aggressive and innovative legal services at a reasonable cost to individuals, businesses and institutions. They represent the interests of national corporations and institutions both in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Washington, D.C. and nationally. The firm is best known for its practice in the areas of intellectual property; technology; civil litigation; corporate, commercial and business services; labor and employment; legislative, regulatory and governmental services; environmental permitting and compliance; energy and utilities; health care; and media law.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Intellectual Property; Technology Law; Trademarks; Product Liability; Construction Law; Insurance Defense; Antitrust; Medical Malpractice Defense; Civil Rights; Media Communications; Defamation; First Amendment Law; Workers' Compensation Defense; Arbitration; Mediation; Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Business Services; Contracts; General; Limited Partnerships; Joint Ventures; Syndications; Commercial Lending Transactions; Real Estate; Bankruptcy; Troubled Loan Workouts; Creditors' Rights; Lender Liability; Foreclosures; State Government Law; Federal Taxation; Municipal Bond Financing; Labor And Employment; Employee Retirement Income Security Act; Probate; Wills; Estate Planning; Legislative Practice; Regulatory Law; Governmental Services; Administrative Law; Lobbying; Environmental Law; Energy; Utilities; Aviation Law; Admiralty Law; Health Care; Trial Practice; Appellate Practice; Federal Practice; International Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Don't Get Burned by Unsolicited Ideas
Carolyn G. D'Agincourt, March 26, 2015
Many companies are unsure what to do when receiving unsolicited suggestions from outside the Company. A sound intellectual property program will include a policy regarding the receipt of unsolicited suggestions, ideas and/or inventions, including both patented and unpatented inventions (the idea)....
Security Interests in Intellectual Property
Stanley M. Schurgin, March 26, 2015
As collateral for a loan, lenders are accustomed to obtaining a security interest in the property of the borrower. Such property usually includes tangible assets of the borrower such as real estate, machinery and other physical assets, and may often include intangible assets namely, patents,...
Year Established: 1971
Law Firm Affiliations: TERRALEX
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