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Paul Ticen is a trademark and personal injury/wrongful death lawyer located in Chandler, Arizona. He is a co-creator and founder of SFI Law Group. His practice is a blend of transactional and litigation. His transactional practice involves: Trademarks: Prosecutes trademark registration applications for businesses and individuals, as well as counseling on trademark matters in advertising, marketing and selling goods and services. Licensing Agreements: Paul represents companies and individuals in both licensing intellectual property rights to a third party and in acquiring licensed rights. He advises and assists his clients in the negotiation, drafting and review of licensing agreements. Business: Paul assists clients in forming businesses, preparing operating agreements and other contracts. He assists ongoing businesses clients with contracts and other various legal and licensing issues Paul Ticen's diverse litigation experience includes: Infringement/Unfair Competition/Commercial: Paul has prosecuted and defended trademark infringement, copyright infringement, unfair competition, anti-cybersquatting, breach of contract and licensing agreement matters. Personal Injury: Paul has prosecuted and defended businesses and individuals in a variety of personal injury matters, including dram shop, invasion of privacy, assault /battery, sports injury and commercial automobile collisions. Internet Law: Paul has litigation experience unique to the Internet, including claims brought under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. UDRP Arbitrations: Paul has advised and represented businesses and individuals, including a television personality, in recovering and defending against domain disputes through the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) arbitration process. Paul was an intercollegiate baseball player at Washington State University. View More ›
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2006 - Current