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Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Trademarks, Patents, Intellectual Property, Business Law, Entertainment & Sports Law
Neil Juneja is an intellectual property and cannabis lawyer. He is the founder and managing partner of Gleam Law, a cannabis law firm headquartered in Seattle, WA. His impeccable track record and years of cannabis business law experience – including navigating the complexities of patents, trademarks, and copyrights – helps Gleam Law stand out from the competition. Neil founded Gleam Law because he realized other cannabis law firms provided legal advice to businesses in a vacuum. He wanted to provide legal decisions in the context of the business world and counsel long-term success. Other cannabis business attorneys are not just risk-adverse in their own practice, but do not have non-legal entrepreneurship experience to advise clients on how to thrive. As a Seattle cannabis lawyer, Neil represents clients across the legal marijuana, CBD, and hemp industry, and has successfully filed over 800 cannabis trademarks and patent applications. He also represents clients worldwide with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, including utility patents, plant patents, and protection on the Plant Variety Protection Act for hemp strains. With over 20 years of experience in theatrical lighting, entertainment, and technology industries, Neil understands diverse business needs outside of cannabis business law as well. At Gleam Law, he has become known for his unique ability to see through complex cannabis legislative issues and come up with concrete strategies to help protect his clients’ most valuable assets: their brands, inventions, and businesses. Neil is a sought-after speaker and trademark law instructor. He is also a member of the Washington Bar, Federal Bar of Washington, United States Patent Bar, and most whiskey bars. Some of his groundbreaking innovations include the registration of the first cannabis trademark in Mexico, registration of the first cannabis state trademark in Hawaii. View More ›
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