We’ve launched a new website that I think better reflects Randolph Law’s services and what Randolph Law is. When I started Randolph Law in 2009, I focused almost exclusively on trademarks, mainly trademark registrations. Since mid-2010, I’ve been focusing primarily on representing government contractors. Although we still do quite a bit of sophisticated trademark work, including licensing, registration, and TTAB representation and litigation, I think this new site is more in line with who our core clients are, and what our core business is.
I worked for 10 years in a series of positions with government contractors, as an accounting clerk, a contracts manager, and on-site as a database developer and Oracle database administrator. It’s only natural that we’d focus our expertise there.
The new website also reflects my goal for growth and stability for the firm in 2014 and beyond. I am a solo practitioner, but have been putting resources in place to continue to provide my clients with high-quality counsel and advise as those clients grow and as their issues become more sophisticated. The website reflects that new focus.