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Coolidge & Graves provides general business and intellectual property legal services. With offices in Keene, New Hampshire, and virtual presence wherever the Internet can reach, we provide services for clients as diverse as startups, individual inventors and large international firms.

About the Firm...

Coolidge & Graves was begun by two expatriate large firm lawyers who wanted to provide top quality legal services at reasonable cost.  The goals were to provide the very best in legal representation, to return to the traditional role of attorney as  both friend and advisor, and to avoid expensive bricks and mortar to awe the impressionable.  Indeed, a large part of the firm's practice is done "virtually" by means of email and the Internet, providing quick response and the ability to practice from almost anywhere. Work is not a place -- it's what we do.

The firm prides itself in providing the very best in legal services in a relaxed, informal and friendly environment. We are pleased to represent both the large firm and the individual client with equal attention to their needs.

Lawrence D. W.  Graves is a member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts bars. He serves as co-chair of the International Dispute Resolution sub-committee of the ABA Business Law Section's International Committee and chair of the International Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association.

Dan Coolidge is of counsel to the firm. He is a registered patent  attorney with the US Patent Office and a member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts bars. He served as chair of the ABA Solo and Small Firm Section Intellectual Property Committee, Vice Chair of the section's Technology Committee, and frequent author and speaker on legal technology, and was a member of the editorial boards of a variety of legal technology publications.

 

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