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URL: www.leehayes.com
Main Office: Spokane, WA
Participating Offices: Spokane, WA; Seattle
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The Spokesman-Review
Hoopfest notebook: Former Zag Mike Hart makes Hoopfest debutThe Spokesman-ReviewKelly put the team together and got the law firm that his father, Terry Kelly, works at, Lee & Hayes, to sponsor them. Kelly lured Axton from the team that finished second in the men's elite division a year ago. “When Mike got back into town, he text …and more »
Patent Attorney / Agent – Law Firm – Spokane, Wash.Patently-OLee & Hayes, an intellectual property (IP) law firm, is seeking a patent attorney or patent agent to work out of its Spokane, WA office. Successful candidates will have at least two years of patent preparation and prosecution experience, and a degree …
Spokane Journal of Business
Innovation Collective brings Coeur d'Alene edifice to lifeSpokane Journal of BusinessOne charter tenant will be Lee & Hayes PLLC, a Spokane-based intellectual property law firm, which will open a Coeur d'Alene office there. Other tenants will include a robotics company, a venture capital firm, and multiple design companies, Smoot says.
Michael Best Adds 2 IP Partners To Texas, Chicago OfficesLaw360 (subscription)Eisenberg, who was previously with Lee & Hayes, will also be a member of Michael Best's corporate practice group, where he will assist emerging businesses and startups to structure their trademark and patent holdings and their corporate formations, ...
The Spokesman Review
Spokane intellectual property law firm Lee & Hayes has worldwide reachThe Spokesman ReviewInstead, that company, Lee & Hayes, has become one of the country's top firms for intellectual property, patents and trademarks. It has more than 150 employees in seven cities, with about half of those in Spokane. The 20-year evolution demonstrates how ...
U.S. News & World Report
Trump's FDA Nominee Spurs Concerns About Drug Approvals, Off-Label PromotionBloomberg BNACarol Pratt, an FDA regulatory attorney with Lee & Hayes in Vancouver, Wash., told Bloomberg BNA in an email Gottlieb is a good choice primarily “because much of what he has said the FDA needs to do is consistent with the goals of the 21st Century …Trump chooses Gottlieb to run FDA; Pharma breathes sigh of reliefReutersTrump Chooses Dr. Scott Gottlieb To Head Food And Drug AdministrationNPRall 103 news articles »
Spokane Journal of Business
IP Street regains momentum after dormant periodSpokane Journal of BusinessThe company was co-founded in 2010 by Lewis Lee, who also co-founded and is a partner in the Spokane-based intellectual property law firm Lee & Hayes PLLC. Jessen previously worked as an analyst for Lee & Hayes before accepting his current position ...
Spokane Journal of Business
Parental-leave plans expand for select fewSpokane Journal of BusinessIn July, Spokane-based intellectual property law firm Lee & Hayes PLLC announced a new policy granting female attorneys and staff up to three months of paid leave in an effort to “cater to each family's unique caregiver situation.” Under the policy …
Business BeatThe Spokesman-ReviewHe previously worked at Lee & Hayes and practices commercial litigation, intellectual property and real estate litigation. The firm also hired Kevin P. Tavares after a year of working in Seattle. His areas of focus include business and real estate …
IPPro The Internet
Patent Venue: A history of ambiguity and the potential for unprecedented changeIPPro The InternetThe US Supreme Court heard arguments on 27 March 2017 in an appeal brought by TC Heartland, which could change the future of where patent lawsuits can be filed. Ironically, for those familiar with patent litigation in the US, the suit was not brought …
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