Andrew Zulieve

Andrew Zulieve

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  • Intellectual Property, Trademarks, Business Law
  • Maine
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Andrew (Andy) Zulieve has more than twenty five years of experience and is highly regarded and well known as a specialist in Intellectual Property Law. Andrew takes a proactive approach when it comes to protecting valuable Trademarks, Trade Secrets and Copyrights for his clients in the most thoughtful and effective way. 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. 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. These areas include business formation, contract negotiations, construction law and real estate law. 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. 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. Today, from his office in mid -coastal Maine, Andy, serves clients both nationally and internationally and represents clients before both Maine state and federal courts. Known by his clients and peers as "the most polite lawyer" Andy works tirelessly to develop creative approaches that best serve the interests of each client. As one of the few Trademark Lawyers in the area, he regularly presents lectures and seminars, writes articles and columns on copyright infringement and federal trademark practice.

Practice Areas
    Intellectual Property
    Trademark Litigation, Trademark Registration
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
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    Many Services are offered on a Flat Fee basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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1st Circuit
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Section Leader
Maine Bar - Intellectual Property Division
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Lincoln County Bar Association
District of Columbia, Univ. of (Antioch)
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Professional Associations
Maine State Bar  # 007004
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Real Estate, Intellectual Property and Corporate Law Divisions of the Maine Bar Association
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Real Estate, Intellectual Property and Corporate Law Divisions of the Maine Bar Association
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Lincoln County Bar Association
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Activities: Brown Bag Lunches with area Judges, Trip to U of Maine Law School to speak to recent graduates about practicing in L.C. Maine
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Legal Answers
50 Questions Answered
Q. What more can I do with this Patent? Everyone is so impressed with this idea and really believes in it.
A: You might also consider approaching beverage manufacturers, although I would be cautious about that and obtain the advice and assistance of an intellectual property attorney before doing so.
Q. I wrote a story and a radio station wants to play it on the radio. Should I sign the release form giving them copyright?
A: I would have the release carefully reviewed by a copyright attorney. Depending on the language in the release, it is possible that you are assigning (giving up for all time) at least one and maybe all of your bundle of exclusive copyright interests. Since it appears that you do not want to do that, you might consider giving your director friend a non-exclusive license which, when terminated, would automatically terminate any copyright licensed by that agreement. Good luck with your efforts to have the work published.
Q. Can i use Bonnie and Clyde as a part of my branding outside of gaming industry if a trademark is not mine?
A: It depends on the service or product on in in connection with which you intend to use this trademark. There are several active U.S. registrations for the BONNIE AND CLYDE mark and there may be others not registered but in actual use in commerce in the U.S. (so-called "common law" marks). I strongly suggest that you hire an experienced trademark attorney to perform a full availability search and legal opinion before you move forward.
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Zulieve Law, LLC
689 Friendship Rd.
PO Box 688
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Telephone: (207) 790-2185
Monday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM - 5 PM (Today)
Sunday: Closed
Notice: By Appointment Only- We are allowing in office appointments at this time. We are also happy to work with you via phone, email and video call.
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