Halsne Law, PLLC Patents, Trademarks, Copyright, & Other Intellectual Property Matters

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All of the below disclaimer is intended to protect you. Intellectual property law is extremely time-sensitive, so it is vitally important that both of us understand precisely when our relationship begins. Otherwise, there is a risk that a misunderstanding could result in a loss of IP rights.

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