Kaysville, Utah Patent and Trademark Attorneys
Law Firm OverviewLegends Law Group, PLLC is a business law and intellectual property firm located in Kaysville, Utah, serving local and international clients. Practice areas include business formation, patent applications and Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) matters, trademark services and management, licensing agreements, intellectual property matters, branding strategy and advice, copyright registration, internet law, data privacy, litigation of disputes, and related issues.
The attorneys have served as corporate lawyers and have significant experience along with substantial academic and professional credentials. Steve Bean is a Registered Patent Attorney, and Nicholas Wells holds both MBA and LLM degrees. Between them, they are fluently bilingual in Japanese and Italian, helping them serve a global clientele.
Founded in 2008, Legends Law Group serves businesses, inventors, and creatives needing to protect their intellectual property, including handling trademark disputes at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board or in federal court. They also help entrepreneurs and business owners set their new venture on a solid legal foundation with skilled and knowledgeable counsel.
Year this Office was Established: 2008
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Patent Litigation; US & International Trademark Registration; Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Application; Formation of Legal Entities (LLC, Corporation, Partnership); Trademark Litigation; Copyright Infringement; Data Privacy; Licensing of Media Properties (Film, Book, Video Game, etc.); Software Development Agreement.
Mr. Stephen H. Bean
Mr. Nicholas D. Wells
Information Technology, Trademark
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