For more than 30 years, Mr. Garson has represented individuals and business of all sizes in a wide spectrum of commercial and intellectual property matters ranging from toxic tort, employment and contract litigation to copyright, trademark and entertainment law. Like some of his partners, Mr. Garson’s formative legal experience took place at large Philadelphia law firms.
Mr. Garson joined Lipton, Weinberg, & Husick to concentrate his practice on copyright, trademark and computer/Internet law with a focus on assisting entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses, particularly in the technology sector. Mr. Garson also represents individuals in the entertainment and publishing industry. In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Garson is also an accomplished software programmer whose company has published a popular payroll software application, which he designed and created for household employers. Before attending law school at Temple University, Mr. Garson worked in the historic preservation field. He was responsible for all phases of government historic preservation compliance contracts, including budget development and management of contract personnel, and performance and supervision of interdisciplinary research. Mr. Garson earned a B.A. from Colgate University, a Ph.D. from Yale University (anthropology), and a J.D. from Temple University.
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