If you need a business litigation attorney offering superior local counsel litigation services in Maryland and Washington DC, Garcia-Zamor Intellectual Property Law LLC is the right choice for your law firm. Centrally located in Howard County Maryland, Garcia-Zamor services clients in Maryland, Washington DC and throughout the United States.
From our Washington DC – Baltimore corridor location, we regularly represent clients in litigations before the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. The business litigation attorneys of Garcia-Zamor should be your first choice for business and intellectual property local counsel litigation services in Maryland.
The litigation attorneys of Garcia-Zamor strive to help you maximize efficiency and deliver the best results to your litigation client. We believe in teamwork and strive to not only meet your local counsel expectations and needs but exceed them.
If needed, we are well-equipped to handle tasks on which you need assistance due to time constraints or simply to lighten the load. Our focus is on being the best player on your team and following your playbook.
Our Business Litigation Team Goes Above and Beyond to Help You Reach Your Best-Case Outcome
We provide additional peace of mind by actively helping with case management by docketing all trial dates so that you have a trusted backup in place to make sure that critical dates are not missed.
The business litigation attorneys of Garcia-Zamor are available for any requested conference calls, conferences with the judge, depositions, or other desired matters. For us, it is all about helping you and your client reach your best-case outcome.
Competitively Priced Business Litigation Services
Our modest fees are competitively priced so that you can maximize your enforcement dollars and efficiently pursue your case without breaking the bank.
If you are looking for an experienced, dependable, and responsive intellectual property law firm to serve as local litigation counsel for your Maryland lawsuit, please contact Garcia-Zamor.