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We can answer your general questions about our legal practice by phone or email. But in order to answer specific questions about your project, and to help you determine whether you would like to retain us as your Intellectual Property Counsel, we offer a one-on-one Initial Client Conference, which can last up to two hours. There we will answer all of your questions, provide you with information about the process, and advise you on options for pursuing your project. The cost is $275.

Should you choose to retain us, we will ask you to sign a representation agreement and provide us with a retainer, which is a percentage of the costs associated with your initial project, as it is presented to us at that time. Then, we will invoice you monthly at our hourly rates, which range from $90-$300, depending upon the type of work we are doing, and whether it is being done by an attorney or a paralegal.

For further information about ILG's services and costs, please contact ILG during normal business hours (M-F 9:00 am - 5:30 pm, Pacific Time) at (360) 681-7305 and leave a voice mail on their automated voice mail system should you happen to miss them.

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Thank you for contacting Innovation Law Group. We will be in touch as soon as possible, and we look forward to working with you on your creative venture!

The purpose of our website is educational: to inform site visitors about Innovation Law Group and about general aspects of Intellectual Property law and business.
It is not intended to be used as legal advice on specific sets of facts, since legal counsel may be given only in confidence to established clients on their particular matters.
Accordingly, if you call or e-mail us, please understand that no attorney/client relationship can be established until we determine that doing so will not create a conflict of interest and until we reach an agreement on terms of representation.
Therefore, do not send us confidential information about any invention, trademark or copyright matter at this time.

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