David Valentine-Elam is a partner at Petronzio Schneier Co., LPA, a Cleveland-based firm
established in 1993.
He provides legal services for closely-held businesses and individuals in the areas of general corporate and intellectual property law.
I am an active adviser and advocate for my small and medium sized business clients. Many of my clients retain me as their outside general counsel for day-to-day support and guidance on various business issues.
I am dedicated to providing excellent and cost-effective legal representation to businesses, entrepreneurs, and creative individuals throughout the country.
I work closely with businesses, non-profits, and individuals to ensure proper protection for their intellectual property world-wide. My experience spans such categories as trademark, trade dress, copyright; unfair competition; and trade secret law.
Typical services in e-commerce and intellectual property include:
Technology & Intellectual Property
-Advertising & Marketing
-Angel and Venture Capital Financing
-Computer Law, Technology, and the Internet
-Copyright, Trademark, and Trade Secrets
-Corporate and Tax for Technology Companies
-Domain Name Disputes
-Intellectual Property Litigation
-Internet & Electronic Commerce
-Piracy and Anti-Counterfeiting
-Trademarks & Service Marks
David Valentine-Elam is a Partner with Petronzio Schneier Co., LPA in Cleveland, Ohio. His practice focuses on intellectual property licensing and registration, technology transactions, and corporate matters. His clients include individual artists, authors, and designers, as well as established information technology companies and software developers.
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