North Carolina Intellectual Property Lawyers

Passe Intellectual Property, LLC

Passe Intellectual Property, LLC is a patent law practice located in the heart of Research Triangle Park, NC (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill).

Raleigh, NC

Passe IP is committed to helping individuals and technology based companies located locally, nationally and internationally, achieve product success through the development, management and leverage of a strategic patent portfolio. We primarily serve clients who are individuals and start-ups though mid-sized companies. Areas of Practice: -Intellectual Property -Patent Drafting -Patent Prosecution -Patents -Trademarks

MacCord Mason PLLC

Law Firm in Greensboro, NC

Greensboro, NC

The firm concentrates in intellectual property and technology related law. MacCord Mason, a North Carolina law firm with offices in Greensboro and Wilmington, assists business clients in developing and implementing competitive strategies that include the acquisition and enforcement of commercially valuable intellectual properties, and the avoidance of valid third-party intellectual

The Humphries Law Firm, P.C.

PROBLEMS WE SOLVE

Wilmington, NC

We are a boutique law office focused on customer service and problem solving. Our attorneys are experienced in handling routine matters as well as sophisticated niche areas of the law. AREAS OF LAW -Civil Litigation -Real Estate -Maritime/Admiralty -Intellectual Property

HONEYCUTT LAW FIRM, PLLC

Representing clients across the Carolinas and Tennessee in the areas of business and entertainment law. Our entertainment law practice emphasizes music law, literary law, and sports law, together with copyright and trademark services.

Charlotte, NC

HONEYCUTT LAW FIRM, PLLC provides quality legal services to a host of businesses and corporate institutions in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, offering professional advice and assistance bearing on day-to-day operations in the world of business today.

PRAEDCERE LAW

Mooresville, NC

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