Licensed Patent Attorney James Carver Teams Up with Leading Network of Mediation Professionals

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Baton Rouge lawyer James Carver brings years of legal expertise and technical knowledge to Mediation.com to connect with a wider pool of clients.

The Carver Law Firm

The Carver Law Firm

My combined legal and scientific background makes me the ideal person to handle mediation in fields like intellectual property, scientific, and governmental law. —James Carver

James Carver of the Carver Law Firm brings his 20+ years of experience in science and law to the premier online destination for consumers seeking mediation services, Mediation.com.

”I’m trained as an industrial chemist with a Ph.D., and have 25 years of experience practicing law and acting as a professional mediator in Louisiana and Alabama. My combined legal and scientific background makes me the ideal person to handle mediation in fields like intellectual property, scientific, and governmental law. Joining Mediation.com is an obvious step to take the mediation aspect of my career to the next level, as it instantly puts me in view of the largest pool of potential clients in the world,” said Dr. Carver.

Before practicing law, Dr. Carver worked as a staff chemist for Exxon and as a professor at Texas A&M and the University of Georgia. In 2011, he opened his own firm, The Carver Law Firm. His technical background and his licensure as a patent attorney make him exceptionally qualified to help resolve conflicts that involve scientific evidence, such as chemical and/or biological exposure cases, trademark cases, and patent disputes.

Dr. Carver has represented government, industry and individuals on environmental matters and intellectual property, both as plaintiffs and defendants. As an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau, he focuses on understanding the needs of clients and advises them on compliance for both existing and new regulations and laws. His experience in handling matters from different perspectives position him to effectively represent clients on both regulatory and litigation actions.

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