Grable Martin Fulton PLLC is an innovative new type of law firm comprised entirely of partner-level attorneys. Our lawyers include alumni of some of the country’s largest firms, former General Counsels and high level in-house attorneys. We developed a streamlined delivery model to eliminate expensive office space and staff, allowing us to be efficient and cost-effective without sacrificing quality.
“We met with Wei Wei [Jeang] to help us prepare and submit a patent for our graphene fishing rod. Wei Wei provided great advice, walked us through the entire process, and even researched our industry… We contacted Wei Wei for help with our patent, and in the process found a trusted advisor with an extensive network of quality attorneys…”
“I have worked closely with Grable Martin Fulton for the past several years and they have become a valuable partner to our company.… The fixed monthly fee allows me to maintain a predictable budget and I am always able to have a partner from GMF work with me as needed to meet tight deadlines.”
“GMF serves an extension of our in house team. Their seasoned, skilled attorneys focus on the issues that matter most to our organization and, as a result, we receive cost-effective representation centered around accomplishing our business objectives.”
“Grable Martin Fulton is a legal partner we trust with our patent portfolio. We can count on Spencer [Patterson] and his team to respond quickly to our business needs and to provide valuable guidance in protecting and expanding our intellectual property portfolio. When asked for a recommendation, Spencer is our first call for patent & trademark prosecution work.”
“I highly recommend Grable Martin & Fulton. Pete Lando and his team are excellent listeners who provide creative solutions to our business and intellectual property needs. As a low cost, food manufacturer, we appreciate that Pete knows what’s important to our business and is responsive to our needs.”
“I’ve really enjoyed working with GMF over the past year to trademark my company name and logos. I was able to communicate my goals, objectives and the specifics of my business one time, and from that, Spencer [Patterson] executed the project completely. He provided recommendations, guidance and regular updates throughout the entire process and I believe he was geared toward protecting my company and its interests…”
“I highly recommend David Wang for his legal services. He is the perfect mix of business person and attorney always blending the two in the best way possible. I have used and met many attorneys but David is the only one I will work with.”
“Lee [Grable] has been an excellent attorney and business advisor for our company. He has always provided valuable, accurate and prompt legal support when we have needed it. His understanding of our business and processes and his responsiveness have enabled me to effectively manage sudden increases in contract negotiation needs.”
“We are a small business with limited resources to use in Human Capital issues but strive to maintain the highest level of integrity in our employment practices from recruiting to retirement. We have called upon Grable Martin & Fulton on numerous occasions for guidance along that road. On every occasion, we have found them to be prompt in their responses to our inquiries, fair in their fees and insightful in their counsel…”
“Wei Wei [Jeang] worked closely with me for over ten years as our Patent Counsel to help me establish Fire Research Corporation (FRC) as a leading innovative manufacturer of state-of-the-art equipment and solutions for fire, rescue, and emergency services. I relied on her sound judgment, advice, and her always prompt attention to my requests. I enjoyed working with Wei Wei and I highly recommend her to anyone.”
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