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Licenses / Intellectual Property

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Attorneys

Tuesday, October 4, 2005   



Stevan Lieberman, Esq.  
Of Counsel

  
Phone: 202-625-7016
Fax: 202-625-7001
E-mail: stevan@aplegal.com
Skype: stevanlieberman, MSN: attorneystevan@hotmail.com, ClosedTalk: AOL: Attystevan, Yahoo: attorneystevan@yahoo.com, SecondLife: Navets Potato

BIOGRAPHY

Stevan Lieberman, Esq, is a Washington D.C. based attorney who spends most of his professional time focused on intellectual property law, especially domain name / Internet law and Internet Technologies. He is a regular lecturer for the Montgomery County Bar Association on intellectual property topics. His law firm, Greenberg & Lieberman, LLC, established its office in Second Life in March 2006. Since then Greenberg & Lieberman, LLC has provided legal help to numerous SL clients. Mr. Lieberman is also active in the domain name space, providing legal advice to domain name owners and associated companies, setting up registrar tags, and providing litigation services.

EDUCATION

  • District of Columbia School of Law
    J.D. earned May 1994, Law review
  • Stroussbourg Institute of Human Rights
    certificate earned 1993
  • Adelphi University, BA with Honors grad 1987 Garden City, Long Island

MEMBERSHIPS


Maryland, Washington D.C., & Pennsylvania (inactive) State Bars, Supreme Court Bar; MD Ct. Appeals, DC Ct. Appeals, American Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Montgomery County Bar Association Member & Continuing Ed. Lecturer, Montgomery County High Tech Committee, Alpha Epsilon Phi Fraternity


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