Abraham Weill is an associate at the firm’s Seattle office. Abraham is in the firm’s IP Litigation group and focuses on representing clients in intellectual property matters, ranging from front-end application and registration assistance of Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents to back-end enforcement and defense of all intellectual property. Abraham also works with clients in employment and other complex commercial litigation disputes.
Abraham is developing a pro bono practice, already with experience in asylum and other immigration issues, and working with the firm’s Cyber Civil Rights Project to represent victims of online sex crimes.
Prior to joining the firm, Abraham served as a summer legal assistant for the Washington State Office of the Attorney General - Education Division. While there, he assisted the AGO in representation of public schools and universities in employment, land, and benefits matters. Abraham also worked for the firm as a summer associate. While here, he completed tailored assignments relating to IP, real estate, employment, and contract law. He also worked to extend a recent Supreme Court holding to a Native tribe seeking federal recognition.
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