We are thrilled by the chance to work with North Carolina is this area. Trademark law involves complicated issues. Having an experienced firm in Washington, DC to handle things, located near the USPTO, certainly provides the state an advantage.
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Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 29, 2011
Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, one of the nation’s leading boutique government contracts and intellectual property law firms, has been awarded a key government contract in the area of trademarks by the State of North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services.
DGW is a boutique intellectual property, government contracts and commercial litigation law firm representing companies and governments in both the private and public sectors, please visit http://www.dglegal.com for more information.
While representing a number of government contractors and companies in the government sector DGW participates in the same process, bidding competitively on government contracts at both the state and Federal levels. As a result of this work, DGW is among very few law firms that are intimately familiar with the government contracts sector.
From both the knowledge of former government employees and military officers who work as attorneys for Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, the firm handles GSA schedules, bid protests, qui tam (whistleblower) claims, termination for convenience or default and a variety of other government contracting legal issues with exceptional insight. The most recent award of the contract for North Carolina’s Department of Health and Human Services in the area of trademark prosecution and disputes is a testament to the national reputation and trust that government place in DGW.
Thomas Dunlap, a partner at Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, noted, “We are thrilled by the chance to work with North Carolina is this area. Trademark law involves complicated issues. Having an experienced firm in Washington, DC to handle things, located near the USPTO, certainly provides the state an advantage.”
About Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver: As leading trademark prosecution and litigation lawyers, DGW has been recognized by a number of peer selection organizations and by clients as a sophisticated practice with a devotion to customer service that, in combination, continue to win business.
Government purchasing agents and corporations interested in learning more about Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver’s copyright, trademark, patent and government contract services should visit the website at http://www.dglegal.com or contact Jennifer Love.
Jennifer Love, Government Contracts Manager
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