David Gulbransen is a Chicago area attorney with practice areas in information technology law, intellectual property law, and business law. He is a graduate of the Chicago-Kent College of Law where he served on Law Review and as a Chicago Intellectual Property Colloquium Fellow. Prior to attending law school, David had over a decade of experience in information technology and software development and is a published author with over half-dozen technical books under his name. Currently, he contributes a regular technology column to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. He holds a degree in Computer Science from Indiana University and is a member of the Illinois Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association and the West Suburban Bar Association.
I provide a wide range of consulting services, including:
- Legal Services (In the State of Illinois)
- Trademark Registration and Protection
- Copyright Protection and Defense
- Contract Drafting and Review
- Technology Project Consulting
- Intellectual Property Consulting
United States District Court
Northern District of Illinois, General Bar
The Supreme Court of Illinois
Admission to Practice Law in the State of Illinois
Bachelor of Arts
Chicago-Kent College of Law
If not able to escrow payment, I require a 50% deposit prior to beginning a project, with an additional 25% due upon completion and the final 25% due upon client approval.