David Pardue has practiced for 23 years focusing on intellectual property and business litigation, especially trade secrets and trademark litigation. He also has rare expertise in insurance coverage issues related to intellectual property claims. Mr. Pardue has represented large and small companies in disputes involving trade secrets and noncompetes, trademark, copyright, RICO, insurance coverage, real estate, class actions, wage and hour claims and business torts. He has handled cases in numerous state and federal courts around the country, as well as arbitrations. Clients have included Fortune 500 corporations as well as small family businesses.
Michael Panter, Matthew Moeller, David Pardue, and Michael Weber explain the purpose of pleadings and how to craft them successfully.
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