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John Cooper handles cases in Virginia, North Carolina and, West Virginia. He has taken...
I graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and was accepted to the Virginia Bar in 2019. I earned the Intellectual Property Certificate as well as the Auzville Jackson Jr. award for excellence in intellectual property.
I am excited to assist artists, business owners, and content creators with their contract, trademark, and copyright concerns.
I've expanded my practice to include assisting clients in family law matters, estate planning, and business law. Whether the case is contested or non-contested, I am committed to helping his clients pursue the best possible outcome.
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