If you are looking for high quality intellectual property services from a reputable and experienced U.S. attorney at a reasonable price, look no further.
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I believe in working with my clients to assist them in protecting their legal interests in the most cost-effective manner possible. To this end, I prefer to work on a flat-fee basis which provides predictability for my clients. My extensive knowledge of intellectual property and Internet issues ensures that understand what services you require to achieve your objectives. I'm also willing...
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CHRISTOPHER J. MCGEEHAN is a principal at McGeehan Technology Law, Ltd., where he practices at the intersection of business and technology. Chris is a registered patent attorney (Reg. No. 56,001) with six years of experience, a member of the Illinois bar, and a member of the trial bar of the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Illinois. He holds a bachelors degree from Dartmouth College, where he graduated as a Presidential Scholar, and JD and LLM (Intellectual Property) degrees from The John Marshall Law School.
His law practice focuses on the acquisition, management and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the United States and internationally including patent, trademark and unfair competition litigation at the trial and appellate levels.
His IP counseling experience includes patent and trademark prosecution and novelty, infringement, design-around, and competition/antitrust opinions. Mr. McGeehan is particularly knowledgeable regarding the policing and enforcement of intellectual property rights on the Internet, where his experience includes litigation, domain name arbitrations, and administrative enforcement of third-party acceptable use policies.
His IAM (Intellectual Asset Management) experience includes intellectual property due diligence, management of portfolios of patents, trademarks and domain names, and transfers of intellectual property rights attendant to mergers, acquisitions and restructurings.
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