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Mr. Watson is a native of the District of Columbia and a graduate of Woodrow Wilson, Sr. High School. After graduating from Morehouse College he returned to the region to receive his legal training at the Howard University School of Law.
In 2001, he along with his partner, Stephanie D. Moran, established the law firm of Watson & Moran, in their original office in Landover, Maryland. Watson & Moran, became well regarded...
Cameron works to protect the goodwill of businesses and their intellectual property rights with a focus on trade secret, trademark, patent, and copyright infringement litigation. His efforts begin from the ground up with particular emphasis on preemptive protections including non-disclosure agreements, non-compete clauses, and licensing agreements. As for employment law, Cameron works hard to advise his clients of the best practices to protect against state and federal claims of...
Mr. Watson is involved in the following legal associations:
Escambia Santa Rosa Bar Association
American Bar Association, Member
Seattle, WA 98101
California Western School of Law
From a family of entrepreneurs, Watson went to law and business schools with the explicit purpose of opening a firm dedicated to advising aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. Unlike many business attorneys, Watson is also a business owner who personally knows the stresses and demands of running a small business and who can advise on both...
At Carrell Blanton Ferris, he practices in the area of Estate Planning and Estate...
After attending Camden Military Academy (Camden, SC), and Lyman Ward Military Academy (Camp Hill, AL), David attended Valdosta State University where he studied philosophy, applied ethics, and criminal justice.
David’s life-long dream was to become an attorney. He attended and graduated from the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law (Michigan). During this time, David interned for the 15th Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Horry County, South Carolina.
Upon being admitted to the South Carolina bar, David worked with Coastal Law Firm, LLC, before launching Wells Law Firm....
Marian is also a member of the Volunteer Lawyers Program of Northeast Indiana, providing pro bono legal services for indigent clients. She also serves as a board member and past president of Vincent Village,...
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American Wills & Estates is a locally owned and operated Pittsburgh law firm with a practice limited to Probate Estate Administration, Estate Planning and Real Estate law.
Whether you need our legal services to assist you in the probate estate administration of a loved one’s estate or to help you create and craft an estate plan that best protects and serves your family’s specific, individual...
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