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Drew offers business counsel in a variety of practice areas, including intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, securities, venture capital, and cybersecurity and data privacy. Drew works closely with growing companies, to help protect intellectual property assets, structure business ventures...
David was sworn in to practice law in Florida in 2010, and soon joined a civil litigation law firm in Santa Rosa Beach as an associate attorney. He went on to become a prosecutor with the State Attorney's Office in Shalimar, FL, and served in that capacity for...
Notre Dame Law School
In 2015, Mr. Stevens graduated from the University of Notre Dame Law School with a JD/MEng dual degree. Not wishing to set aside his...
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