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Rosario A. on ContractsCounsel
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Rosario A.

Trademark Attorney
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Seattle, WA
4 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WA
University of Washington

I'm a Washington-licensed lawyer specializing in trademark practice and with an extensive trademark education and academic background. I currently work with domestic and international businesses seeking trademark protection in the U.S. by conducting trademark searches, providing legal advice, submitting USPTO applications, and preparing responses to office actions. I'm passionate about trademark law and always looking forward to helping small and medium businesses promote their value by having a registered federal trademark. If you have questions or concerns about trademark/copyright/IP licensing and require legal advice, feel free to contact me and we can have a first chat.

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July 7, 2021

Justin A.

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Seattle, WA
7 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NY, WA
The University of Chicago Law School

I am an entrepreneurial lawyer in the Seattle area dedicated to helping clients build and plan for the future. I earned my law degree from the University of Chicago and worked in a top global law firm. But I found advising real people on legal issues far more rewarding. Reach out to discuss how we can work together!

Jason P. on ContractsCounsel
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Jason P.

Business Lawyer
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Portland, OR
8 Yrs Experience
Licensed in OR, WA
Lewis & Clark Law School

Jason is a self-starting, go-getting lawyer who takes a pragmatic approach to helping his clients. He co-founded Fortify Law because he was not satisfied with the traditional approach to providing legal services. He firmly believes that legal costs should be predictable, transparent and value-driven. Jason’s entrepreneurial mindset enables him to better understand his clients’ needs. His first taste of entrepreneurship came from an early age when he helped manage his family’s small free range cattle farm. Every morning, before school, he would deliver hay to a herd of 50 hungry cows. In addition, he was responsible for sweeping "the shop" at his parent's 40-employee HVAC business. Before becoming a lawyer, he clerked at the Lewis & Clark Small Business Legal Clinic where he handled a diverse range of legal issues including establishing new businesses, registering trademarks, and drafting contracts. He also spent time working with the in-house team at adidas® where, among other things, he reviewed and negotiated complex agreements and created training materials for employees. He also previously worked with Meriwether Group, a Portland-based business consulting firm focused on accelerating the growth of disruptive consumer brands and facilitating founder exits. These experiences have enabled Jason to not only understand the unique legal hurdles that can threaten a business, but also help position them for growth. Jason's practice focuses on Business and Intellectual Property Law, including: ​ -Reviewing and negotiating contracts -Resolving internal corporate disputes -Creating employment and HR policies -Registering and protecting intellectual property -Forming new businesses and subsidiaries -Facilitating Business mergers, acquisitions, and exit strategies -Conducting international business transactions ​​ In his free time, Jason is an adventure junkie and gear-head. He especially enjoys backpacking, kayaking, and snowboarding. He is also a technology enthusiast, craft beer connoisseur, and avid soccer player.

James M. on ContractsCounsel
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January 4, 2023

James M.

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Boise, Idaho
6 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CA, ID, NV, OR, WA
Stanford Law School

Reproductive law attorney focused on reviewing surrogacy contracts and sperm/egg/embryo donation contracts.

Curt B. on ContractsCounsel
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March 25, 2023

Curt B.

Managing Partner
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Los Angeles, California
10 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CA, DC, FL, IL, MI
UCLA School of Law

Curt Brown has experience advising clients on a variety of franchising, business litigation, transactional, and securities law matters. Mr. Brown's accolades include: - Super Lawyers Rising Star - California Lawyer of the Year by The Daily Journal - Pro Bono Attorney of the Year the USC Public Interest Law Fund Curt started his legal career in the Los Angeles office of the prestigious firm of Irell & Manella LLP, where his practice focused on a wide variety of complex civil litigation matters, including securities litigation, antitrust, trademark, bankruptcy, and class action defense. Mr. Brown also has experience advising mergers and acquisitions and international companies concerning cyber liability and class action defense. He is admitted in California, Florida, D.C., Washington, Illinois, Colorado, and Michigan.

Merry A. on ContractsCounsel
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July 26, 2023

Merry A.

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Lakebay, WA
38 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WA
Seattle University School of Law (formerly UPS School of Law) Juris Doctorate

Merry Kogut is a licensed attorney based in Washington State who has been a legal expert on JustAnswer since 2008 specializing in employment law, consumer protection and discrimination issues. She has been an attorney handling WA State phone consultations for Arag Legal Insurance since April, 2023. She has also been an attorney in private practice since 1986, and was in-house legal counsel for multiple WA State government agencies. She brings nearly 50 years combined legal and professional writing experience. Earlier in her career, Merry served as a law clerk for the Washington State Court of Appeals, and as a discrimination specialist, investigator and legislative liaison. She also helped establish the “Legal Writing Institute,” a national association of legal writing instructors and administrators. Merry earned her law degree from the Seattle University (formerly University of Puget Sound) School of Law.

Joon H. on ContractsCounsel
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June 28, 2023

Joon H.

Managing Attorney
Free Consultation
Washington State
3 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WA
University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

I work with private tech companies on entity formation, corporate governance, and commercial agreements. I was an in-house counsel for a unicorn fintech startup and am currently associated with a startup boutique while operating my solo practice. I received my JD from Berkeley Law, and served in the US Navy for 5 years as a combat linguist. I am fluent in Korean.

Reuben O. on ContractsCounsel
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October 21, 2021

Reuben O.

Senior Managing Attorney
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15 Yrs Experience
Licensed in ID, WA
The University of Iowa

As an entrepreneur at heart, I enjoy working with business owners and executives on a variety of corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing, corporate governance, public and private securities offerings, privacy regulation and early-stage corporate matters including formation. As a lawyer and business professional, I understand the value of providing personal service and focused legal answers to clients navigating a rapidly changing regulatory environment. Whether in Aerospace, Consumer Goods, or Technology, I find great success in work collaboratively with clients to strategical structure their business or implementing strategic growth-oriented financing opportunities.

Amy P. on ContractsCounsel
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February 9, 2022

Amy P.

Principal Attorney
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Edmonds, WA
20 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WA
The University of Montana School of Law

Amy has served as outside general counsel and litigator to established businesses throughout western Washington since 2010. Her passion and focus is providing the best possible representation for clients in the construction, transportation and hospitality industries.

Eleanor W. on ContractsCounsel
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July 3, 2023

Eleanor W.

Free Consultation
Bellevue, WA
12 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WA
Seattle University School of Law

I have been working as a document review attorney since 2011. I have also done some business and estate planning work. I am fluent in English, Chinese, French, and Japanese.

Diamond R. on ContractsCounsel
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July 30, 2023

Diamond R.

Free Consultation
Houston, Texas
1 Yr Experience
Licensed in DC, NY, WA
Wayne State University

July 29, 2023 My name is Diamond Simpson Roberts, ESQ, MSPH and I am convinced that I can be a value added asset to most any company. As the first in my family to graduate a four-year university, I graduated from Wayne State University Law School in 2000 but could not afford a bar prep course upon completion. After over 20 years, I sat for the July 2022 UBE, successfully passed and am currently licensed in three states! This is an example of my self-motivation, internal drive and passion. I offer over 28 years of diverse experience in healthcare, strategy, sales/marketing, legal/policy and business savvy. I have many years building, leveraging, and sustaining long term relations to drive revenue as an entrepreneur and for corporations. My analytical strengths provide me with an innate ability to think through tough situations/topics while viewing both vantage points (which is excellent for law and life). I have been appointed to serve on numerous committees due to my heightened ability to identify client issues and priorities and provide solutions based upon relevant products, services and needs. I have led teams with and without authority; specifically, I have managed teams for an Adult Foster Care Facility called Etonne Cares, during my post-graduate fellowship with the largest Catholic Healthcare System in the U.S. and during my two-year executive order appointment with the Federal Government (Presidential Management Fellowship). Most importantly, I am a collaborative team player who knows how to improvise, overcome and adapt! I offer numerous years of being a pharmaceutical trainer and being an adjunct using the online platform. I welcome the opportunity to continue in the interview so that I may further highlight the skills I can (and will) contribute to my success in the role. Respectfully, Diamond Simpson Roberts, ESQ, MSPH DQSSIMPSON@GMAIL.COM M: 313-942-6747

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Contracts Legal Questions and Answers


Business Contract


Asked on Sep 24, 2023

Business contract with non-disclosure?

I am a small business owner looking to enter into a contract with another party. I am concerned about protecting my intellectual property and proprietary information that I will be sharing with the other party. Therefore, I am looking for advice on how to draft a non-disclosure agreement that will adequately protect my interests.

Merry A.

Answered Sep 26, 2023

Creating a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a crucial step to protect your intellectual property and proprietary information when entering into a contract with another party. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to draft an NDA that will help safeguard your interests: Understand Your Needs: Clearly identify what specific information you want to protect. This could include trade secrets, business plans, customer lists, product designs, or any other sensitive information. Consult an Attorney: It's highly recommended to consult with an attorney who specializes in intellectual property or contract law. They can provide you with tailored advice and ensure your NDA complies with applicable laws in your jurisdiction. Basic NDA Structure: Title: Start with a clear title such as "Non-Disclosure Agreement" or "Confidentiality Agreement." Parties: Identify the parties involved, including your business and the other party. Recitals or Purpose: Include a brief statement explaining the purpose of the agreement, such as why the parties are entering into it. Definition of Confidential Information: Define what constitutes confidential information. Be as specific as possible to leave no room for ambiguity. Obligations of the Receiving Party: Clearly outline the receiving party's obligations, including: The duty to keep the information confidential. The prohibition on disclosing, sharing, or using the information for any purpose other than the specified one. The requirement to use reasonable care to protect the information. Duration of Confidentiality: Specify the duration for which the information must remain confidential. This could be for a set number of years or until a specific event occurs. Exclusions from Confidential Information: Clearly list any information that is not considered confidential. This could include information that was already public, independently developed by the receiving party, or disclosed with your written consent. Consequences of Breach: Describe the consequences of a breach of the NDA, such as injunctive relief, monetary damages, or both. Jurisdiction and Governing Law: Specify the jurisdiction where disputes will be resolved and the governing law that will apply. Miscellaneous Provisions: Include any other necessary clauses, such as dispute resolution methods, severability, and the entire agreement clause (which states that the NDA constitutes the entire agreement between the parties). Execution and Signatures: Provide spaces for the signatures of both parties, along with their printed names and dates. Review and Negotiation: Allow both parties to review and negotiate the terms. Be prepared for some back-and-forth discussions before reaching a final agreement. Legal Counsel Review: Before finalizing and signing the NDA, have your attorney review it to ensure it meets your specific needs and is legally enforceable. Remember that NDA templates are widely available, but they may not fully address your unique situation. It's essential to tailor the agreement to your specific needs and consult with legal professionals to ensure it adequately protects your intellectual property and proprietary information. Additionally, you should make sure that the other party understands the terms and willingly agrees to them before proceeding with any confidential discussions or transactions.

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Independent Contractor Agreement


Asked on Nov 10, 2023

How detailed should the contractor agreement be?

I am a small business owner and I am looking to hire an independent contractor to work with my business. I want to ensure that the independent contractor agreement is thorough and legally binding, but I am not sure how detailed it needs to be. I want to make sure that all the relevant terms and conditions are included in the agreement to protect both parties.

Merry A.

Answered Dec 19, 2023

The agreement should be as detailed as possible, including details on how to dissolve the contract for various reasons. The scope of work should be included - if it's likely to change once in a while, include that as an addendum and note that it will change from time to time. Whenever it's going to change, execute a new addendum that both parties sign and date. It is your job to protect yourself, not the independent contractor - write the contract so that it strongly favors you; if the independent contractor wants to change it before signing, that is a question of negotiation.

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Severance Agreement


Asked on Jul 21, 2023

Can a severance agreement be digital?

I recently accepted a voluntary severance package from my employer and have been asked to sign a severance agreement. I am curious if this agreement can be signed digitally, as I am not currently in the same city as my employer. I am looking for advice on the legalities of digital agreements and any potential risks associated with signing a severance agreement digitally.

Christina M.

Answered Jul 27, 2023

In 1999 the California Legislature enacted the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (the “UETA”), Civ. Code, §§ 1633.1 et seq., which provides that when a law requires a record to be in writing or requires a signature, an electronic record or signature satisfies the law. The law requires that any contract entered into between two parties may not be denied legal enforceability simply because of the use of an electronic signature. This has also be upheld in the employment law setting in some case law.

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SaaS Agreement


Asked on Aug 7, 2023

SaaS agreement and support services?

I am a software developer who is in the process of developing a new software as a service (SaaS) model. I am looking for guidance on the legal implications of the agreement between myself and my potential customers. Specifically, I am looking for legal advice on the best way to structure the SaaS agreement, as well as the types of support services that should be included in the agreement.

Diane D.

Answered Aug 22, 2023

What you need and ask for are extensive, and cannot be given on a question and answer basis on a site like this. I suggest you engage a business attorney to help you with these endeavors.

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Consulting Agreement


Asked on Nov 4, 2023

How to terminate a consulting agreement?

I recently entered into a consulting agreement with a client. After a few months, I have realized that the terms of the agreement are not beneficial to me and I would like to terminate it. I would like to know what legal steps I need to take in order to terminate the agreement and what potential repercussions I may face.

Diane D.

Answered Dec 19, 2023

That's why you should read the agreement before you sign it and bring it to an attorney to review. Termination conditions of the contract should be in the contract. You have to follow those. If you don't like them, you can ask the other party if you can change them or if you can break the contract. If they don't agree, you're stuck and will be in breach if you try to cancel it. You can cancel it if the other party breaches it, but you have to have a valid reason or the courts will not grant it and you will end up with major legal bills.

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