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Lincoln County Bar Association announces selection of Andrew Zulieve as new president

Posted July 22, 2013, at 1:01 p.m.

LINCOLN COUNTY, Maine  – Andrew “Andy” Zulieve is pleased to take over as the new president of the Lincoln County Bar Association. He has more than 20 years of experience in all non-patent areas of intellectual property and business law with a concentration in the areas of copyright, trademark, and trade secret. He also handles real estate and construction law matters. In May 2011 he opened his own solo practice, ZulieveLaw in Waldoboro after many years of commuting to a firm in central Maine.

He has family ties to Maine but grew up in the Washington D.C, area. Each year his family would vacation in Maine during which time, he fell in love with the state and particularly its coast. During his tenure in law school, Andy was a law clerk for Finnegan Henderson, one of the world’s largest intellectual property firms headquartered in Washington, D.C. After passing the Maine Bar and before moving to Maine some twenty years ago, he was a trademark examining attorney for the United States Trademark Office where he successfully argued appeals before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. He lives in mid-coast Maine with his wife Holly and their two pugs, Briggs and Lily. He enjoys presenting lectures and seminars, and has had articles published on various topics of copyright, trademark and trade secret matters. Andy is a member of the Intellectual Property, Corporations and Real Estate divisions of the Maine Bar Association, and actively participates in local community business groups. He received his B.A. degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and Juris Doctorate from The Antioch Law School in Washington, D.C.

Moving his practice to Waldoboro has provided a number of very meaningful benefits, both personally and professionally. The move has provided opportunities to become part of and contribute to his town, and to reunite and collaborate with his outstanding fellow attorneys in the area. Andy is eager and dedicated to his position as president of the LCBA. He is dedicated to “doing my best to uphold the dignified tradition of the Lincoln County Bar Association and the extremely high level of ethics, professionalism and client services of its members.”

Andrew can be reached at ZulieveLaw by calling 207-790-2185.

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