26 years in business
Headquarters3300 Interstate I-35, Suite 700
Austin, TX 78705
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- Ms. Donna B. Hulsey, Director
- Principal: Mr. William N. Hulsey, Managing Attorney
- Intellectual Property Lawyer
- Patent Attorney
- Trademark Attorney
Austin – Rochester – Memphis
(512) 478-9190 | (585) 232-5300 | (901) 522-5139
Patent Lawyers and Agents based in Austin, TX; Rochester, NY; and Memphis, TN. Hulsey PC clients benefit from our decades of experience in proudly serving the IP stakeholder communities across the United States.
Our practice provides patent, trademark, and related intellectual property legal excellence helping leaders excel through their inventions and brands. We strengthen competitive IP positions of fast growing startup and growing entrepreneurial companies. This truly helps them compete and succeed in challenging global markets. We possess and daily demonstrate deep experience in energy, space technology, medical devices, electronics, software, Internet, chemical, materials, and photonics.
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Patent Attorneys—IP Lawyers and Agents based in Austin, TX; Rochester, NY; and Memphis, TN. Hulsey PC clients benefit from our decades of experience in proudly serving the IP stakeholder communities across the United States.
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