Stevan Lieberman, an intellectual property partner with the D.C. boutique of Greenberg & Lieberman, was hanging around the office when Justin Davis, a businessman, contacted him for advice on trademark law.

Davis owns a jewelry store and he wanted Lieberman to make sure his store name wasn’t taken by someone else. Turns out, it was. So Lieberman helped him pick a new name, JCNY Collection, and trademark it. Pretty standard day at the office, you might say.

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