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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces Recent Healthcare Industry Patents and Trademarks

 Patents include a vitamin supplement hangover remedy, an automatic pill dispensing device and trademarked endoscopes

March 13, 2013

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces three recent patentees whose inventions include a vitamin supplement hangover remedy, an automatic pill dispensing device and trademarked NeedleView™ endoscopes.

Leyendecker & Lemire represented patentee William Halamicek, a systems analyst at Strategic Products and Services and founder of Hangover Painover LLC, located at 6165 Clearwater Dr. in Loveland, Colo., in patenting a vitamin supplement hangover remedy last month. The cherry-flavored supplement comes in powder form in single-serving packages, can be mixed with water or fruit juice, and works best if taken the night of alcohol consumption, although it can also be taken the following morning.

“Hangover Painover is a great preventative and cure for hangover symptoms,” says Halamicek. “It prevents or lessens headaches, nausea, etc., and lets you function throughout the next day. It is easy to take on the go and is fast acting in any situation.”

Halamicek’s product has been field tested and offers a scientifically balanced, synergistic blend of safe vitamins and nutrients that can be taken before, during, or after drinking. For more information about Hangover Painover, visit www.hangoverpainover.com or contact Halamicek via email at bilhala@msn.com.

Leyendecker & Lemire is the legal correspondent listed for NeedleView™, a new trademark registered in December 2012 in the category of medical instruments products. The U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for NeedleView by BioVision Technologies, LLC, located at 221 Corporate Circle, Suite H, in Golden, Colo. BioVision Technologies develops and manufactures innovative micro-visualization solutions that enable endoluminal and minimally invasive medical procedures in both human and veterinary medicine. Needleview incorporates a very small high resolution imaging technology; the 18-gauge NeedleView endoscopes are micro-sized, resilient, and can be inserted into small joints with ease. BioVision Technologies has integrated unique imaging technologies and customized micro-endoscope solutions to reduce incision size and speed healing.

For more information, visit the BioVision Technologies website atwww.biovisiontech.com/ or contact David Sanso via email atdsanso@biovisiontech.com.

Leyendecker & Lemire also represented patentee R/X Automation Solutions, Inc., founded in 2004 with a specific charter to develop automation solutions for the mail order pharmacy industry. R/X Automation Solutions, located at 1830 Boston Avenue, Suite A-B-C in Longmont, Colo., has been granted a patent for a pill dispensing device for use in automated pharmaceutical prescription fulfillment.  The device offers the most accurate and reliable performance in the industry.

The company’s Script Count Tablet & Capsule Dispensing Units are engineered to maximize the accuracy, efficiency and control of tablet and capsule prescription orders dispensed in mail order and central fill pharmacies, reducing the cost per prescription. The proprietary, patented technology of the Script Count provides users the ability to dramatically increase production throughput and insure that all prescription orders leaving their facility are 100 percent accurate.

R/X Automation Solutions’ ScriptPick™ Single Channel Unit-of-Use Dispense & Labeling System is a fully automatic process tool designed to dispense and label high running single item Unit of Use products within the mail order and central fill pharmacy environments. The system will dispense any shape Unit of Use product, label the product and discharge the labeled product into a tote or onto a conveyor. The single channels ScriptPick™ system will dispense and label 600 Unit-Of-Use items per hour.

For more information about R/X Automation Solutions’ patented automatic pill dispensing device, contact Tim Chambers attchambers@rxas.com or visit the website at www.rxas.com.

“Our law firm is pleased to announce these new patents on behalf of our clients,” says Founding Partner Kurt Leyendecker. “These new inventions add value to the healthcare industry and are representative of some of the newest technologies out there that are reducing costs and improving people’s lives.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 orkurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces Four Settlements in IP Infringement, Bankruptcy, Patent and Copyright Disputes

Timely dispute resolution, litigation avoided

December 19, 2012

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, announces four critical, recent settlements in favor of its clients.

Leyendecker & Lemire successfully settled a dispute regarding the ownership of copyrights to advertising collateral in favor of a graphic designer client, in which the client retained ownership of the work product created. In a second IP dispute, the firm successfully settled a copyright dispute concerning the infringement of architectural plans in favor of a client. In this action, the client received a five-figure cash settlement.

“Much of our work involves finding the most expeditious, as well as advantageous, outcome for our clients,” says Peter Lemire, Leyendecker & Lemire co-founder. “We are very pleased, as are our clients, in these particular outcomes. None were arrived at easily, but all were fair, equitable and accomplished in a timely manner.”

The firm also recently successfully settled a bankruptcy adversary action for a creditor client in an action by the bankruptcy trustee, who was attempting to pull back payments made to the client from the debtor.

A fourth resolution eliminated expensive litigation for a client when Leyendecker & Lemire obtained a cash settlement for a client from a manufacturer that was making a knock-off of its design patent-protected product and using a product name that infringed the client’s trademark. The settlement was obtained within a month’s time.

Specializing in patents, trademarks and related complex civil litigation, Leyendecker & Lemire offers comprehensive legal counsel regarding intellectual property assets, including Internet and cyber law, and protection and profit from trademarks, copyrights and name recognition. For further information regarding Leyendecker & Lemire, visit www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm Announces Clients’ New Patents

Patents Include Garden Hose Storage Unit, Crystal Frets for Guitars, Stylized Christmas Tree

November 14, 2012

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, has announced three recent patentees whose inventions include a garden hose storage unit, a stylized Christmas tree and crystal frets for guitars.

Patentee Leslie Broick (U.S. patent number 8,281,946) has invented a garden hose storage unit in the form of a decorative planter. The invention consists of a hose concealing device adapted to contain and conceal a coiled hose within an inner cavity. The inner cavity resides beneath a planting receptacle, which is equipped with a drainage means that permits water to drain from the planting receptacle rather than accumulating within it. The drainage means is adapted to collect excess water from the planting receptacle and prevent the water from dripping onto or otherwise contaminating the coiled hose.

Patentee Erich Papenfus aka Erich Stone (U.S. patent number 8,269,083) has invented string instrument frets and an associated fret optical apparatus, which is an instrument comprising a body, a neck and a plurality of strings. The neck comprises a first end having a headstock, a fretboard, at least one mineral fret coupled to the fretboard, and a second end one of coupled and integrated to the body. The mineral fret may be generally transparent.

“Crystal Frets is a patented process for giving a guitar amazing tone and improved sustain,” said Papenfus. “By replacing standard metal frets with natural quartz crystal, even less of the string vibration is dissipated. Harder than steel, the natural properties of the quartz allows the string energy to be amplified throughout the body, resulting in a warm, resonant tone and increased sustain.” For more information, visit http://www.crystalfrets.com/.

Patentee Matthew Bliss (U.S. patent number D668,174) has patented an ornamental design for a stylized Christmas tree that is remarkable as a piece of art decor and a definitive modern take on the holiday tree. “The tree is easy to put up and take down, and it collapses flat for space saving storage,” said Bliss. In addition to ease of use and storage, Bliss’ stylized Christmas tree is visually stunning. Bliss invented his tree in part to honor his grandfather, Lawrence “Bud” Stoecker, who designed his own version of a decorative Christmas tree in the mid-1960s. For more information and to view photos of the holiday tree, visithttp://www.modernchristmastrees.com/.

“Our law firm is very proud and honored to announce these new patents on behalf of our clients,” said Founding Partner Kurt Leyendecker. “Leslie, Erich and Matt are individuals who are representative of the wonderfully creative technological and artistic endeavors going on in our community, and their respective inventions are incredibly valuable to the particular market segment to which each pertains.”

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Albert Haegele, Esq., can be reached directly at albert@coloradoiplaw.com or 303-768-0123. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm atwww.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Peter Lemire To Participate in 5K Run for Local Nonprofit Benefitting Children

Founding Partner at Leyendecker & Lemire Law Firm and His Daughter Will Run in Tennyson Center for Children’s “Halloween Hustle”

October 23, 2012

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm providing Intellectual Property (IP) and business-related legal services to entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, has announced the participation of Founding Partner Peter Lemire and his 11-year-old daughter, Claudia, in the 2nd Annual Halloween Hustle 5K run benefitting Tennyson Center for Children on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012.

Tennyson Center for Children serves children, youth and their families to overcome a variety of life crises, including abuse and neglect, providing services regardless of religion, creed, age, race, color, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability status or military status. Throughout the year, Tennyson Center hosts a number of events that engage the community to help support its programs, services and overall mission.

The “boo-tiful” course for the Halloween Hustle 5K run begins and ends at Hudson Gardens in Littleton, Colo., and a portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit Tennyson Center for Children. Awards will be given to the best adult’s and children’s costumes, as well as to the top overall male and female winners and to winners in various age groups. For a schedule and registration information, visithttp://www.hallucinationsports.com/page/show/205379-halloween-hustle.

 

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It Was The House Party! Leyendecker & Lemire Celebrate Resounding Success

A packed house, spectacular views, music, beer and recognition of many achievements

September 26, 2012

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm dedicated to ensuring the highest quality, full spectrum of Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights) and business-related legal services possible for entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, celebrated its new, expanded offices and selected clients’ achievements on Sept. 21 at a house party held at 5460 S. Quebec Street.

On tap at the party was Peter Lemire’s home-brewed beer: Legally Blond Ale, Boilermaker Extra Special Ale and the piece de resistance – Punitive Damage Autumn Ale (9% ABV). “The place was packed, the food was fantastic and the games and music were all terrific,” said one attendee, who mentioned the“Zombie Zapping Simulator” as a favorite among the firm’s client-designed games provided for guests to experiment with that day.

One client, Denver native 4914, performed a few songs from his current album, “4914 Livin?” and signed CDs and posters afterwards. The artist has been said to bring a refreshing view on Hip Hop/Rap through an inspirational message of compassion and honesty.

“We promised an old-fashioned House Party to exhibit and celebrate the achievements, patents and inventions of our clients – and that’s what we delivered,” said Founding Partner, Peter Lemire. “We had fun, the guests had fun, and the entire afternoon and evening felt like a celebration of many years of hard work. It was a wonderful moment in the history of our firm.”

As the third space in the law firm’s history, the new suite of officesdoubles the firm’s previous space and is located in the Denver Tech Center. Amenities include spectacular views, ample off-street parking and easy access to local residential and retail communities.

“We felt particularly buoyed by this celebration,” said Founding Partner, Kurt Leyendecker, “because many of our clients’ businesses have grown alongside ours. It was an all-around recognition of many, many achievements and we feel very lucky to have clients as friends and vice versa. We are thrilled at everyone’s success.”

Leyendecker & Lemire specializes in providing large firm quality and expertise with personalized service and attention – elements large firms often do not offer their smaller clients. As a Colorado law firm offering a full spectrum of Intellectual Property services, Leyendecker & Lemire founded their boutique intellectual property law firm with one, focused mission: to provide attention and legal expertise to each and every client. 

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com.

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Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Throws a House Party!

Time to celebrate new Greenwood Village offices, creative clients

August 16, 2012

Greenwood, Colo.— Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm dedicated to ensuring the highest quality, full spectrum of Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights) and Business-related legal services possible for entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, will throw a House Party to celebrate their new, expanded offices and their clients on Friday, September 21 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Located at 5460 S. Quebec Street in Greenwood Village, Colo., Kurt Leyendecker and Peter Lemire have promised a true, old-fashioned House Party that includes:

     Home brewed, Lemire-inspired brewskis;
     Live music performed by Leyendecker & Lemire friends and clients (remember: they’re intellectual property attorneys and  represent some of the most creative minds inColorado);
     Client-inspired demos/and games, like “Zap the Zombie” — and more.

As one of the top Colorado law firms specializing in intellectual property and business law, Leyendecker & Lemire’s recent, steady growth prompted the firm to secure larger offices. The Open House on September 21st will give clients and colleagues a chance to see the new space (complete with views of the Rockies), listen to great music, and taste several varieties of Peter Lemire’s home-brewed beer.

“We’re excited to be inviting everyone to our offices for the first time,” says Kurt Leyendecker, founding member of the firm. “It will be a great evening of music, food, and drinks. Our clients and colleagues are extremely artistic and creative people so an evening with them is always endlessly interesting!”

Leyendecker & Lemire specializes in being able to provide large firm quality and expertise with personalized service and attention — elements large firms often do not offer their smaller clients. As a Colorado law firm offering a full spectrum of Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights) and Business related legal services for entrepreneurs, individual inventors, and businesses of all sizes, Leyendecker & Lemire founded their boutique intellectual property law firm with one, focused mission: to provide attention and legal expertise to each and every client. 

For further information about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Law Firm, contact Kurt Leyendecker, Esq., directly at 303.768.0641 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Learn more about Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, Law Firm at www.coloradoiplaw.com.

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Moving a Law Office:  More Than Just Herding Cats

August 10, 2012

by Peter C. Lemire, Esq

Some of you may have noticed that our firm has not published a new column in a few weeks now. The reason for this is that we were engaged in a Major Office Move.  You know the kind: anguished over for months, thought about repeatedly at 3 a.m. and again at 6 a.m. and over dinner with your spouse. But our move was inevitable. The firm has grown and along with that, we had outgrown our old office suite in more ways than one. In addition to simply needing much more space, we also wanted to be in offices that better reflected the firm’s character and personality.

This is, technically, our third space in the company’s history and we have been able to learn from our past experiences and plan for the future. For example, we learned that as you add attorneys to your staff, those attorneys tend to schedule meetings with clients and prospective clients. Also, if you have multiple meetings back-to-back and your main lobby is the size of a British phone booth, things will get crowded and look like I-25 prior to T-REX.

Generally speaking, this is not good for business.

While I can’t say that moving a law firm, or any business for that matter, is something I would want to do on a regular basis (particularly when it comes to getting employees packed up and ready to go prior to the movers arriving), businesses can seize the move as a great opportunity to reflect upon where they have been and where they are going.

A few columns ago I talked about the opportunities that spring provides to do some spring cleaning for your business. It was essentially a mini-audit for the business owner to determine if they were covering all the legal details necessary to ensure the vision they have for their company. As we were going through the process of finding new offices, I became aware that the moving process itself forces you to take stock of your company and start thinking about what that company will look like years down the road.

Through the myriad of necessary decisions inherent in moving a business — like office location, size, configuration and the type of building finish and personality — you are organically lead to essentially constructing a strategic plan for the length of the term of your lease.

Where do I want to be located? How many employees do I have now and will have in the future? What does the space say about my company (or does it even matter)? How long do I want the lease to be? What are the main functions of my business and will we be adding any lines of business in the future that might need special accommodations or a special environment?

It’s easy to consider staying put: but if one thing is certain it is the inevitable, change.

It’s easy to think of the headaches of moving, but what if, instead, you and your staff spent the time leading up to the move as a fun exercise of strategic planning, goal setting and visionary pursuits that can revitalize your business and possibly open up opportunities that were not perceived before? What inadvertently happens is that you become more in touch with your company’s mission and can therefore take measure of how successful you are in keeping true to that mission.

Sure: No one necessarily wants to stop and carefully think through the details of a strategic company vision. And the actual act of moving is often painful, much like herding cats.

But a business move can be cathartic. Furthermore, the momentary pain of moving is temporary, yet the fruits of your labor are everlasting – especially if the new space has a great view, like Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC’s new offices. Come see the digs:5460 S. Quebec St., Suite 330, Centennial, Colo., 80111. We make good coffee.

Peter Lemire is a founding member of the intellectual property law boutique, Leyendecker & Lemire. Leyendecker & Lemire specialize in patents, trademarks and related complex civil litigation. Peter Lemire can be reached directly at 303.768.0641 or peter@coloradoiplaw.com. Visit www.coloradoiplaw.com for further information, including Leyendecker & Lemire’s weekly blog, “Control, Protect & Leverage.” 

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Avoidance: Understandable, but Often Painful

This is about pain — the avoidable kind.

Lawyers can get a bad rap for shark-ism and sometimes, that’s fair. In this case, however, the pain is shared across the board, by both the lawyers and the clients. No one, including a hard-working and ethical attorney, likes seeing people have to spend blood, time and money on heartbreak and angst that is fairly easy and cheap to avoid.

Our firm has been involved in a number of litigations that were very costly to our clients, but which could have been avoided. For the most part, those costs could have been side-stepped if the clients had engaged an IP attorney to help them set up intellectual property policies and procedures; properly protect the intellectual property (IP); and clearly define ownership.

Human nature being what it is and cash always being tight in a young growing company, non-essential tasks and expenditures are often put off as more pressing fires are fought. This short-sightedness, however, can come back to haunt. It can be painful to witness.

The math is simple: An IP attorney review of website content may cost up to $1000, depending on its size. However, if one or more third-party photos are found on the site, an expensive five- or six-figure copyright infringement settlement could be immediately eliminated.

Moreover, seeking the blessing of an IP attorney and filing for trademark registration before settling on a brand for a new product or service might set an enterprise back less than a couple thousand dollars, but could save hundreds of thousands of dollars in litigation when, for example, a well-heeled competitor decides the brand is too close to one of theirs.

Registering copyrights for important materials and images typically cost a few hundred dollars each. It’s money well spent. Doing so can deter competitors from copying all or in part of the fruits of a business’ hard work and expenditures. Infringement could cost $150,000 per instance in statutory damages.

A business that institutes and follows a trade secrets policy that includes non-compete agreements with key employees might cost a few grand, all said and done. However, instituting a trade-secrets policy could prevent employees from being able to take specific knowledge learned while employed to a competitor. Not doing so, can cause a business to lose a competitive advantage worth hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars over time.

Having clear and concise intellectual property clauses drafted for use in contracts with third party contractors sets an organization back a few saw bucks. Alternatively, the matter often ends up in federal court as the business and the contractor both claim ownership to a valuable piece of IP. If lucky, the experience will settle before trial and a company may only be out a $100,000 or so.

Many a wise business owner understands these warnings, but immediate demands call out.  The phone rings or a colleague comes into the office, or a deliverable needs immediate attention. Several years later, a complaint and the prospect of spending hundreds of thousands of dollars defending the company in court presents itself.

Sometimes an ounce of prevention truly is world’s better than a cure. No one likes to watch money eaten up after-the-fact on avoidable circumstances. IP protective measures can and often are an easy and preventative business strategy — and the truth is that everyone, including good lawyers, feel better about that.

Kurt Leyendecker is a founding member of the intellectual property law boutique, Leyendecker & Lemire. Leyendecker & Lemire specialize in patents, trademarks and related complex civil litigation. Kurt Leyendecker can be reached directly at 303.768.0123 or kurt@coloradoiplaw.com. Visit www.coloradoiplaw.com for further information, including Leyendecker & Lemire’s weekly blog, “Control, Protect & Leverage.” 

Moving on up – and out

Some of you may have noticed that our firm has not published a new column in a few weeks now. The reason for this is that we were engaged in a Major Office Move.  You know the kind: anguished over for months, thought about repeatedly at 3 a.m. and again at 6 a.m. and over dinner with your spouse. But our move was inevitable. The firm has grown and along with that, we had outgrown our old office suite in more ways than one. In addition to simply needing much more space, we also wanted to be in offices that better reflected the firm’s character and personality.

This is, technically, our third space in the company’s history and we have been able to learn from our past experiences and plan for the future. For example, we learned that as you add attorneys to your staff, those attorneys tend to schedule meetings with clients and prospective clients. Also, if you have multiple meetings back-to-back and your main lobby is the size of a British phone booth, things will get crowded and look like I-25 prior to T-REX.

Generally speaking, this is not good for business.

While I can’t say that moving a law firm, or any business for that matter, is something I would want to do on a regular basis (particularly when it comes to getting employees packed up and ready to go prior to the movers arriving), businesses can seize the move as a great opportunity to reflect upon where they have been and where they are going.

A few columns ago I talked about the opportunities that spring provides to do some spring cleaning for your business. It was essentially a mini-audit for the business owner to determine if they were covering all the legal details necessary to ensure the vision they have for their company. As we were going through the process of finding new offices, I became aware that the moving process itself forces you to take stock of your company and start thinking about what that company will look like years down the road.

Through the myriad of necessary decisions inherent in moving a business — like office location, size, configuration and the type of building finish and personality — you are organically lead to essentially constructing a strategic plan for the length of the term of your lease.

Where do I want to be located? How many employees do I have now and will have in the future? What does the space say about my company (or does it even matter)? How long do I want the lease to be? What are the main functions of my business and will we be adding any lines of business in the future that might need special accommodations or a special environment?

It’s easy to consider staying put: but if one thing is certain it is the inevitable, change.

It’s easy to think of the headaches of moving, but what if, instead, you and your staff spent the time leading up to the move as a fun exercise of strategic planning, goal setting and visionary pursuits that can revitalize your business and possibly open up opportunities that were not perceived before? What inadvertently happens is that you become more in touch with your company’s mission and can therefore take measure of how successful you are in keeping true to that mission.

Sure: No one necessarily wants to stop and carefully think through the details of a strategic company vision. And the actual act of moving is often painful, much like herding cats.

But a business move can be cathartic. Furthermore, the momentary pain of moving is temporary, yet the fruits of your labor are everlasting – especially if the new space has a great view, like Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC’s new offices. Come see the digs: 5460 S. Quebec St., Suite 330, Centennial, Colo., 80111. We make good coffee.

Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC Completes Summer 2012 Move to Centennial Offices

Larger space provides more offices, accommodates growing clientele list

June 1, 2012

Greenwood Village, Colo. — Leyendecker & Lemire, LLC, an intellectual property and business law firm dedicated to ensuring the highest quality, full spectrum of Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights), and business-related legal services possible for entrepreneurs, inventors, and businesses of all sizes, completed its move to new offices as of June 1, 2012. The firm is now located at 5460 S. Quebec Street,Suite 330, Greenwood Village, Colo., 80111.

As one of the top Colorado law firms specializing in intellectual property and business law, Leyendecker & Lemire’s steady growth and increased staff, prompted the firm to secure new space that comfortably accommodates the firm’s  practice. The new offices are located in the heart of the Denver Tech Center, and double the firm’s previous space. Additional offices, spectacular Rocky Mountain views, and amenities that include ample off-street parking and easy access to local residential and retail communities are now part of the firm’s personality and vibe.

“We’re thrilled that the move went so well,” says Kurt Leyendecker, founding member of the firm. “Our expanded Quebec Street offices are not only beautiful, but are ideally suited to the growing needs of our company and our clients.”

Leyendecker & Lemire specializes in being able to provide large firm quality and expertise with personalized service and attention — elements large firms often do not offer their smaller clients. As a Colorado law firm offering a full spectrum of Intellectual Property and business related services, Leyendecker & Lemirefounded their law firm with one, focused mission: to provide expertattention and legal expertise to each and every client. 

Leyendecker & Lemire’s current office address and contact information has changed to 5460 S. Quebec Street,Suite 330, Greenwood Village, Colo., 80111. An event to announce and celebrate the move is being arranged for later in the summer of 2012.

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