Experienced
43+ years of combined in-house and law firm experience.
Diverse
Represent clients in more than 30 industries.
Focused
One team, one goal; your business's success.

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Why Us?

With over 43 years of combined in-house and law firm experience, the business attorneys at the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown provide dependable legal solutions to problems that businesses of all sizes often encounter. Our mix of in-house and law firm experience has provided us a unique ability to balance the [often-divergent] needs of a business with the law.

100+

Legal Entities Formed

225+

Trademarks Managed

5

State Bar Admissions

21+

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Law Office of Elliott J. Brown | 33 N. Main Street | Marlboro | NJ 07746

Our Latest Blogs

How to Protect Online Businesses That You Manage

Recent years have seen the e-commerce industry grow exponentially, providing unlimited opportunities for small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to increase sales by allowing them to reach customers through their website directly. With more consumers shopping online than ever before, the ease at which one can set up an e-commerce site means that SMBs can reach a wider customer base than ever before. Therefore, it’s critical to protect your online business if you manage sales or services in-platform.

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You Just Had a Brand New Product Idea — Now What?

A new product idea will continuously run through your mind – it’s like a sudden natural event — a volcanic explosion. But when rewarded with an unprecedented idea, most people pull out their smartphones and call or text to share it with someone they know and trust. Sadly, our passion for notifying and enlightening our trustees overwhelms the fact that our world is ruled by the internet of things (IoT) – it’s like an open book. Great work and ideas can be easily stolen unless you protect them. You just had a brand new product idea – what are some ways you can protect it?

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How to Build and Protect a Cannabusiness Brand

The social stigma and legal consequences of using cannabis and cannabis-derived products are gradually fading away as more states legalize medicinal and recreational use. As of 2020, federal law still considers cannabis illegal. Yet, the tides are turning, and it’s not a stretch to say that cannabis use, possession, and sale could be legal in all 50 states within a decade. It’s a great time to plan ahead and start laying the foundation for a cannabusiness brand.

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