The decision in selecting an attorney to handle your patent, trademark, copyright, or any other intellectual property matter is important. As such, one should only rely on a Florida Board Certified Expert in Intellectual Property. Mark Johnson, Esquire is just the Florida Board Certified Expert in Intellectual Property Law you need to assist you in all of your intellectual property needs.
Florida Board Certification Standards provide that its purpose is to “identify those lawyers who practice intellectual property law and have the special knowledge, skills, and proficiency, as well as the character, ethics, and reputation for professionalism, to be properly identified to the public as certified intellectual property lawyers.” The requirements to become board certified in intellectual property law are as follows:
- 5 years as a practicing lawyer;
- 45 hours of approved intellectual property law certification continuing legal
education in the 3 years immediately preceding application
- Experience in one or more of the 4 areas of intellectual property law: patent
prosecution, patent infringement litigation, trademark law or copyright law, in the 5
years immediately preceding application;
- Substantial involvement in the specialty of intellectual property law- 30% or more in
the 3 years immediately preceding application;
- Peer review; and
- An all-day written examination.
To that end, the Florida Bar, the administrative body that regulates Florida attorneys, states that Board Certification is designed to provide “an objective measure that a potential client can rely upon when selecting a lawyer.” (emphasis added)
Whether you need a Broward patent attorney, Dade patent attorney, Tampa patent attorney, Orlando patent attorney, Naples patent attorney, Fort Lauderdale patent attorney, Miami patent attorney, Plantation patent attorney, Boca Raton patent attorney, or any where in between and abroad across the United States, the team of legal professionals at Johnson | Dalal are standing by to assist you in all intellectual property matters.