Mableson Law Group represents artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses in intellectual property (IP), copyright, and trademark
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Mableson Law Group focuses on intellectual property, copyright, trademark, Arts & Entertainment, Internet Law and E-commerce, digital assets, DMCA, and business matters related to individuals, entrepreneurs, and corporations. We are a preeminent, nationally recognized firm, representing clients across the United States and worldwide. Please see our practice areas overview for more information about our professional services.
For over 33 years, Mableson Law Group has assisted clients with the unique business and legal issues involving the integration of contracts, arts, entertainment, media, and technology, and intellectual property (IP) ownership, including copyright and trademark use, digital asset protection, clearances, licensing and IP infringement. We assist our clients to develop and implement precise legal strategies that will enhance their success, now and in the years to come. Staying on the leading edge of legal and technological developments in intellectual property and corporate law is integral to our practice; as our client, you can be confident that we will provide sound, knowledgeable, and forward looking business advice. Practical solutions.
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Connie J. Mableson, AV-Preeminate Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
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