Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C.

Business, Technology & Intellectual Property Lawyers

Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C.

25 South Charles Street
Suite 1400

Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Phone(410) 274-2053

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Law Firm Overview

Founded in 2011, Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C. is a boutique law firm focused primarily on business, technology and intellectual property law. With over 25 years of experience in legal advisory, management and engineering roles, Vasilios Peros gained legal experience at premier Baltimore-based law firms and engineering and management experience at a Fortune 100 technology company. He founded the law firm to provide excellent legal services tailored to each client’s needs, with personalized attention, and at competitive rates.

Our practice areas primarily include:

Business (including Corporate, Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions, Debt Financing, Equity Investments, and Employment Agreements)

Technology (including Technology Contracts, Software Licensing, Distribution and Sales Contracts, Teaming Agreements, and Privacy)

Intellectual Property (including Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Patents, and Intellectual Property Disputes)

To meet our clients’ other legal needs, Law Office of Vasilios Peros, P.C. works as co-counsel with Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, Maryland’s sixth largest law firm, and with other law firms of all sizes.

Year this Office was Established: 2011

Areas of Law


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Business and Industry, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Science and Technology


  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • Bar Association of Baltimore City

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 Stockholders’ Agreements: Plan Ahead for Owner Exits

Owners of small and mid-sized businesses can spend nearly all of their time running their business, and many times, they do not make time to consider the life changing events that should be addressed in their stockholders’ agreement. Owners hope that the good relationships between owners today will naturally carry forward into the future.

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 Estate Planning: What About the Intellectual Property?

Despite good intentions, many people do not get serious about completing their estate planning and estate documents until late in life. Even when they do, they focus on which individuals will inherit the tangible assets – such as houses, land, money, jewelry, stock and other investments.

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 3D Printing Technology: Impact on Intellectual Property Protection

As each decade passes, new technologies are brought to the marketplace and change our way of life. Over the past decade or so, we have seen the widespread adoption of the iPhone® and other smartphones, social networking via Facebook® and Twitter®, and the iPad® and other tablets. New legal issues regarding ownership of consumer content and privacy of consumers are being tackled every day.

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 International Trademarks: A Foreign Company’s Rights in the USA

A company located outside of the United States – as an example, a company located in one of the European countries – may spend thousands of dollars developing its brand and goodwill in its home country. Eventually, such company may want to sell its goods and services outside of its home country including in the United States. The Madrid Protocol provides an easy means for the company to make its initial trademark filing in the United States.

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 IT Services Agreements: Liability of Outsourced IT Services

Over the years, technological advances have allowed many companies to outsource much of the creation, maintenance and support of their information technology (“IT”) systems. Today, there are many IT service providers providing managed network services, hosted services, cloud-based services and software-as-a-service.

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 Pre-Sale Due Diligence as a Part of Normal Business Operations

Owners of small and mid-sized businesses can spend nearly all of their time running their business, and leave little time to plan the strategy for continued growth and transition to a sale or other exit. Owners hope for a healthy selling climate when the times comes – whether when they retire, cash out and slow down, or sell and find a new venture. Yet, lack of preparation for transition to exit can have a negative impact on achieving a high sales price and successful exit.

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 Trademark Selection and Response to Trademark Office Actions

Trademarks help consumers to make informed decisions about goods and services that they purchase. Selection of branding for a business should include advice from a marketing professional and a trademark search performed by an intellectual property attorney. The trademark search can identify issues that should be promptly addressed and should prepare a business to either avoid a trademark office action or to develop a winning argument in response to the office action.

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 Sharing Photographs: Excessive Copyright Demands

Technological advancements in social media sites and website development tools have allowed users to easily share and discuss articles and photographs across the globe. In parallel with these technological developments, various organizations have sprung up that claim to represent owners of these shared photographs. These organizations send a letter and make an excessive copyright demand. Users must understand their rights before deciding whether to succumb to such excessive demands.

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