The Charleston, West Virginia, office of Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig is located on beautiful Capitol Street a healthy walk away from the state capitol complex in downtown Charleston. With over 20 years of combined legal experience the attorneys in our “Almost Heaven” West Virginia offices are admitted to practice and routinely provide service in West Virginia and Ohio, and before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.
The office was originally established in 2017 by Robert E. Akers and Dusty Gwinn with a core objective of assisting artists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and businesses with intellectual property rights and other business matters. The West Virginia team serves the entire Mountain State and has extensive expertise in intellectual property, entrepreneurship, business management and development, technology transfer, licensing, technology commercialization, sports and entertainment law, and mineral and surface real property titles and development.
What makes Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig unique is the dedication to our clients that holds true for all of our nearly 70 attorneys who are licensed to practice in over 40 states. Lawyers at Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig passionately advocate for their clients at every stage of a legal issue, and work endlessly to make sure that the client’s goals become a reality. We are a veteran-owned law firm with practitioners who aren’t just lawyers, but also business owners, MBAs, patent holders, and aerospace engineers. Each member of the Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig team brings with them a vast knowledge of other fields of study, which allows out team to take care of your issues from every angle.
Cortland was extremely personable and helped explain information that I couldn’t understand in a very professional and appropriate manner. I really appreciated his kind demeanor, especially since I had so many questions for him!
Law firm works effective and is not an hour producing factory. Loved the work!
The best team! Will go above and beyond to make sure you are taken care of. I recommend them highly!!!!
Attending professional conferences is integral to the development of DBL attorneys and enables DBL attorneys to more competently and effectively help clients achieve their goals...
When Franklin Roosevelt took office in March 1933, Congress had already passed the Twenty-first Amendment repealing Prohibition. However, it would not be ratified by the...