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  • Ad ID: 3431

  • Added: September 14, 2020

  • Condition: Brand New

  • Location: United States

  • State: California

  • City: Woodland Hills

  • Phone: (310) 307-4755

  • Views: 902

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Moradian law | Calabasas, Ca: Payam Moradian Of Counsel Mr. Moradian litigates and provides counseling regarding patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

He began his career at the leading national law firm Kenyon & Kenyon where, for ten years, he developed expertise in all aspects of intellectual property law, with an emphasis on representation of pharmaceutical companies.

Mr. Moradian’s diverse experience also includes serving as in-house patent counsel for a medical device company and as trial counsel in a patent infringement case. He graduated cum laude from New York University with a degree in Biology in 1997 and cum laude from Boston University School of Law in 2000.

What We Do
Copyright Litigation
Trademark Litigation
Patent Litigation
Business and Trade Secret Litigation

PAYAM MORADIAN Payam Moradian started his career at a large intellectual property law firm in New York, where he focused on patent prosecution and counseling.

Mr. Moradian has since moved to Los Angeles and was patent counsel for a medical device company, where he managed the worldwide patent portfolio of the company.

in Moradian law, Mr. Moradian was also a partner at a Los Angeles intellectual property law firm, where he was the head of the patent and trademark prosecution department.

Mr. Moradian has also participated in several patent litigations.

In one litigation, Mr. Moradian’s cross-examination of the plaintiff’s expert in front of a jury resulted in the jury invalidating several broad claims of the plaintiff’s patent.

Education Boston University School of Law (JD, 2001, Cum Laude) New York University (BA, 1997, Cum Laude) Bar and Court Membership US Patent & Trademark

Office California State bar New York State bar Northern District of California Eastern District of Texas

S. MARTIN KELETI (OF COUNSEL)

S. Martin Keleti has worked in intellectual property and entertainment law throughout his career, as well as on a wide variety of business and personal legal matters, including

Contractual disputes, personal injury lawsuits, estate planning, and real estate litigation.

He also has handled probate, divorce, and guardianship proceedings.

He has handled cases from pleadings, through trial, and on appeal, including a number of cases which have set legal precedents.

Mr Keleti graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

He earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1989 from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where he served on the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly.

Mr. Keleti is a member of the California Bar and the District of Columbia Bar, the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals

For the Ninth Circuit (which includes California) and United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (which handles certain patent and trademark appeals nationwide),

As well as a number of United States District Courts. Languages: French, English, German, Spanish

Moradian Law is a boutique law firm serving individuals and businesses in a variety of matters, including intellectual property and entertainment law.

Our intellectual property practice includes applications for utility patents, design patents, trademark registrations, copyright registrations, and termination notices, and

Registrations of the rights of publicity of deceased celebrities, as well as intellectual property litigation, due diligence, and licensing. Iranian Yellow Pages

We serve businesses in matters other than intellectual property, such as contract reviews.

We assist individuals not only with legal matters in their creative endeavors but with personal injury and elder abuse claims too.

At Moradian Law, we strive to provide high-quality services for reasonable fees and with personalized service.

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