Combining strategy and wisdom for growth.
Most people don’t realize all the areas where their businesses are vulnerable.
They miss a lot of opportunities too. We walk side by side with our clients through startup, growth, and even sale, to ensure your business is protected, defended, and flourishes.
- Domain Name Disputes
- Trademark & Copyright Prosecution
- Work for Hire and other Agreements
- Partnership negotiation and agreements
- Website Terms of Service
- Privacy Policies
- Licensing & Distribution Agreements
- Franchising Contest/Sweepstakes Rules
- Trademark Monitoring
- Product Line Branding & Protection
- Coexistence Agreements
- Counterfeit Claims
- Trademark Infringement
- Trademark Likelihood of Confusion
- Domain Name Disputes
- Copyright Infringement
- Experienced Litigator
I’ve built this practice on providing clients from Kansas City to Paris with big firm law expertise, with the speed and individual attention only a small firm can provide. I’ve built a strong network of professional advisors to provide clients with guidance and services for any manner of business needs. Have questions? Consultations are always free.
Anthony M. Verna, III
- UniWatch Blog, June 17, 2008
- UniWatch on ESPN.com, March 12, 2009
- Guest article on mistakes in trademark applications at Tin Shingle, March 31, 2014
- Tin Shingle – Rights of Privacy, April 15, 2014
- The Realtime Report – Rights of Privacy, April 22, 2014
- Tin Shingle – Issues in Charity-Based Advertising, September 13, 2014
- Trademark Bullying: Do the Little Guys Stand a Chance? -The Toy Book, May/June 2018
- International Counterfeiting: Four Action Items to Take – Toy World, October 2018
His practice focuses on assisting early-stage companies attract capital investments and out-licensing opportunities with larger more established market players including government, venture capital firms, and medium to large-size corporations. His specific services include patented technology valuation, market due diligence, business opportunity identification, and licensing negotiations with third parties as an agent of the patent and technology owner.
Judy Endejan is a Seattle attorney whose practice focuses on telecommunications, media and intellectual property issues. Her background is a unique blend of private practice and in-house experience. Judy spent ten years with GTE Corporation (now Verizon), acquiring substantial experience in public utility regulation and administrative law. During 2006, Judy took off a year from private practice and served as General Counsel for Fisher Communications, Inc., a major Northwest broadcast corporation.
Judy has represented a wide range of clients with case under the First Amendment, the Federal Communications Act, intellectual property laws and the regulatory laws of California, Washington and Oregon. They include established, and new telecommunications providers that offer landline, wireless, VoIP and M2M services. Also, new and old forms of content providers, from broadcasters, publishers and newspapers to web-site owners and bloggers. Judy’s practice has run the gamut from pre-publication review to clearance and licensing issues to negotiation of sophisticated communications and technology contracts, advising on the legal and business issues facing clients in the ever-changing convergence of telecommunication, media and technology.
A former professional journalist herself, Judy Endejan has made a major mark on the state of Free Speech and Free Press law. Among her accomplishments, Judy obtained a landmark ruling that the academic speech of a university professor is protected by the First Amendment; forced the release of key public records regarding defects with the construction of the new floating bridge over Lake Washington; and won summary judgment for a broadcaster sued for remarks made by callers to a radio talk show, later affirmed by the Washington Court of Appeals.
Judy is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and UW Law School, and has contributed chapters to the original and updated “Public Records Act Deskbook” published by the Washington State Bar Association.
Areas of expertise include: Intellectual Property Litigation, Class Actions, Commercial Litigation, Municipal Law, Public Policy, Lobbying and Political Law, Clean Technology, Communications, Media and Information Technology, Technology and E-Commerce, Broadcasting, Telecommunications (Radio, Television, Satellite, and Cable Industries) (International), Cable Television, Communications Towers, First Amendment, Internet, Public Media, Satellite, Telecommunications.