Antonio Vann joins Williamsburg, VA intellectual property law firm
WILLIAMSBURG, VA The law firm of Bambi Faivre Walters, PC hires Antonio G. Vann to join its Williamsburg, Virginia, legal team. Vann focuses his practice on trademark, unfair competition, and copyright law as well as business and commercial transaction law. He offers services to assist with protecting, commercializing, and enforcing intellectual property assets.
In this Internet era, Vann understands the value of protecting and rewarding creative works as well as balancing economic and business interests. He counsels clients on the role of intellectual property in market recognition as well as managing and leveraging these assets. Vann’s legal background lends expertise and strengthens the firm’s copyright, trademark, trade secret and complex business litigation practice areas.
Vann received his B.A. in political science from Hampton University and attended The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL, receiving his J.D. with specific instruction in the area of intellectual property law. Prior to receiving his law degree, he worked for several large law firms in the Washington, DC area. Vann has over eight years of experience in the area of trademarks and copyrights and has worked with businesses, individuals, federal government, and others.
Antonio Vann is admitted to the Virginia State Bar (VSB No. 79765). He is a member of several professional organizations including the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) and the Virginia State Bar Intellectual Property Law Section.
Mr. Vann is a Virginia native, born and raised in the Hampton Roads area. He is a graduate of Maury High School and remains active with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Virginia. If your organization is interested in discussing intellectual property or complex business issues, please feel free to contact the firm at 888-388-9614.
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