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Attorney Daniel Malakauskas understands that the work of his clients is more than just their livelihood–it is a part of themselves. At his law firm, Malakauskas Law, APC, he fights to protect the work of artists and other creators, as well as the licenses of other professionals. Having litigated hundreds of cases in federal court, through over a decade of experience, Mr. Malakauskas will accompany his client step-by-step along the way.
Your Passion and Hard-work Matched
As a creative professional such as a photographer, musician, or illustrator, you invest more than just time and money into your creations. You invest your very heart. When someone steals your work, you suffer not only a financial loss, but an emotional loss as well. When you have been wronged, when your work has been stolen, you need an advocate to help you stop the infringement and, if needed, fight in court.
Likewise, if you are licensed professional, who is facing an investigation, suspension, or revocation, of a professional license, attorney Daniel Malakauskas will be by your side. Many honest and hardworking professionals have spent years perfecting their craft and protecting their reputation only to be blindsided by some misunderstanding. You need someone who will work as hard as you did to help you retain your license and keep your record clean.
A Proven Advocate For Your Hard-work
Disputes over your copyright or professional license may have long-lasting financial implications and affect your career for many years to come. If you believe that your intellectual property has been stolen or that your professional license may be in jeopardy, contacting an experienced attorney can be the first step in protecting your rights. You can reach Malakauskas Law, APC, at 702-979-2273 or by filling out the contact form below to schedule a meeting.
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