JPG Legal

Entrepreneurship Law Firm

Jeremy Peter Green

Founder and Principal Attorney of JPG Legal

Jeremy Peter Green is an attorney licensed in New York and Washington, D.C. who primarily works for entrepreneurs, startups, and mid-sized businesses. Green earned his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law on a full tuition scholarship.

 

Green has been profiled on USA Today, CNBC, NPR’s Morning Edition, CNN Money, MSNBC, the New York Daily News, HLN, CNN Politics, DCist, Vox.com, CNET, Mic.com, NBC News, WIRED, Refinery29, The Hill, and several other news sources.
 

Green is also Co-Founder, General Counsel, and Board Member of the DC-Maryland-Virginia App-Based Drivers Association. In addition, he serves as General Counsel and Webmaster for Teamsters Local 922, Lesbians Who Tech, and Include.io as well. Green is a member of the For-Hire Vehicle Accessibility Advisory Committee, the group officially responsible for making policy recommendations for wheelchair accessibility in DC’s taxi and rideshare industries.

 

For more information about retaining JPG Legal, please email us at info@jpg.legal or call us at (202) 838-7574.

 

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Republic Restoratives


Rodham Rye People Screenshot

Republic Restoratives, a D.C.-based, woman-owned distillery, wanted to dedicate a whiskey to the women who inspired them. The United States Patent and Trademark Office, however, disagreed with their vision and rejected their trademark application for being “named after a living person.”

 
Hillary is presented with Rodham Rye on MSNBC
Hillary Clinton is presented with Rodham Rye live on MSNBC.
 

Fortunately, Jeremy Peter Green was their trademark attorney. He quickly drafted and filed an Office Action Response, citing various precedents and statutes, and the rejection was overturned. Now Rodham Rye is being sold in a multitude of stores around the East Coast.

Rodham Rye People Screenshot

 

 

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