Tom Long

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Tom Long is the IP Prosecution Paralegal of ADLI Law Group.

Mr. Long has over 11 years of experience as a Trademark Paralegal, legal assistant and an IP Prosecution Specialist, working within various aspects of intellectual property.

Prior to joining ADLI Law Group, Mr. Long was a Trademark Paralegal at The Fountain Group. There Mr. Long assisted in the preparation of trademark applications, filing in numerous countries throughout the world, Arrangement of authentication and legalization of formal documents including assignments, POA, and declarations from beginning to end, maintained counterfeit spreadsheets, enforced & uploaded all matters into document management, drafted cease and desist letters for attorney review, and assisted in domain name prosecution and conflict and maintained department physical case files.

Mr. Long graduated with his A.A.S. Paralegal from Houston Community College in 1993 and received his B.S. in Political Science, from the University Of Houston in 2005. The knowledge Mr. Long has gained through all his law firm experience has provided him with an extensive intellectual property background, making him well versed in the understanding of the client’s business needs.

EDUCATION

  • University Of Houston (Main Campus), Houston, Texas, B.S 2005
  • Houston Community College (Central Campus), Houston, Texas, A.A.S. 1993
  • Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Houston, Texas, Paralegal Certificate 1991

LANGUAGES

  • English
  • Cantonese

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