Zulieve Law
Intellectual Property Law Rights & Technology
Business Law
Construction LAw


Andrew J. Zulieve

Education:  Miami of Ohio B.A. 1978
                       Antioch Law School 1987

Membership/Distinctions:

President, Lincoln County Bar Association
Member: Corporate Law Division Maine Bar Association
               Intellectual Property Law Division Maine Bar Association
               Real Estate Law Division Maine Bar Association
MemberVolunteer Lawyers Association & Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Board of Trustees: Waldoboro Library
Board Member: Damariscotta Chamber of Commerce


Admitted to Bars:
Maine U.S. District Court
U.S. Trial & Appeals Board


 Andy's practice offers clients a wide range of expertise on the development, protection, and licensing of  intellectual property rights and the ever changing legal issues effecting today’s business and consumer  technologies.

 Services include: development, filing and licensing of trademarks, service marks, and copyrights,  technology/IP development agreements, distribution and reseller agreements, non-compete, non-  disclosure and other employee agreements and joint venture arrangements.


 


Specializing in Intellectual Property Rights and Business Law

                                
  • Trademark, Trade Secret & Copyright Infringement & Prosecution  
  • Unfair Competition
  • LLC, Non-Profit, Incorporation 
  • Contracts
  • Construction Law

 

 
 
 
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  • Andy Zulieve is an attorney & Intellectual Property Specialist with over 20 Years of experience. Over the years and in order to best serve his clients, his practice has organically evolved to include areas of law that naturally complement his intellectual property services.  

    Complex Contracts

    Construction Law matters

    Litigation


    • Andy grew up in the Washington D.C, area, is a 1978 graduate of Miami University and received his J.D. from the Antioch Law School in Washington D.C.  During law school, he was a law clerk for Finnegan Henderson, one of the world’s largest intellectual property firms headquartered in Washington, D.C.  During his tenure at the United States Trademark Office he successfully argued cases before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.  



      • When litigation is necessary, he applies the same powerful and well thought out methods to form his winning strategies. This creative approach has served him well by obtaining for his clients the best possible outcome for various legal matters. Further to the best interests of his clients, he has developed a well -rounded legal referral system in the event that a client needs counseling outside of Andrew's particular areas of expertise.