A Boutique IP and Entertainment Law Firm

Stakeholder Brands provides legal services exclusively to owners of intellectual property assets, creative properties, and entertainment works.​

Whether an individual, start-up, small enterprise or Fortune 500 company, Stakeholder Brands provides dedicated, efficient, responsive and highly experienced legal services to secure, protect and defend proprietary assets.​

Stakeholder Brands, LLC (Stakeholder Brands) was founded to provide more flexibility to serve clients than is the norm at typical BigLaw general practice firms. Stakeholder Brands well understands the need to be pragmatic and cost-containing for forward-thinking and innovative owners of IP and related creative and entertainment proprietary assets.

Unique from BigLaw general practice firms, Stakeholder Brands is adept to provide legal assistance for temporary assignments, short duration projects, and special tasks.  We specialize in the following industries:

  • emerging technologies
  • cannabis
  • government contracts
  • fashion
  • consumer products
  • education
  • non-profits
  • industrial components
  • music
  • film
  • healthcare
  • food & beverage to hospitality
  • publishing
  • finance
  • insurance
  • toys
  • #social media

Stakeholder Brands concentrates only in the areas of copyrights, trademarks and entertainment law. Stakeholder Brands’ clients do not pay for a myriad of individual practice group bureaucracies common in BigLaw general practice law firms. Instead, as a boutique law firm, Stakeholder Brands well appreciates that the protection of brands and proprietary assets can succeed and thrive with low costs, fixed and capped fees, value-added and related, alternative billing solutions.

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STAKEHOLDER BRANDS
410.626.1500
[email protected]

MAIN900 Boucher Avenue
Annapolis, Maryland 21403

1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20004

Our professionals are located in the Baltimore Washington, D.C. area within a short distance to the USPTO, the U.S. Copyright Office, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and other federal and state agencies and courts, including the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CPB”) agency.