Minott Gore attorneys Serena Minott and Keesonga Gore have been featured in The New York Times! The article chronicles the trend of entrepreneurial attorneys who are leaving the partnership track at large law firms to start their own practices. The feature includes several attorneys who have hung out their shingle over the past five years and achieved success on their own terms. The print version appeared in The New York Times on Thursday, November 24.
Attorneys Minott and Gore started their legal careers at large, multinational law firms in Washington D.C. Attorney Minott worked as an associate at Dewey LeBoeuf, LLP and Attorney Gore worked as an associate at SNR Denton, LLP. After spending several years at these firms, honing their legal skills, knowledge base and expertise, Attorneys Minott and Gore left to start their own law practice where they could focus more on client relationships and build a meaningful practice serving the needs of small businesses and emerging entrepreneurs. They founded the Law Office of Minott Gore, P.A. in July 2007. The firm’s practice includes all aspects of trademark law, trademark protection and business law.
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