Everman Law Firm, P.A.
Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights
  Gregory R. Everman  
  Gregory Everman is an experienced patent attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Toledo Law School where he was selected to the Honors Recognition Program for outstanding academics, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toledo, Ohio, where he was recognized for academic excellence. Before founding Everman Law Firm, Gregory worked as an intellectual property attorney at Pearne and Gordon, LLP in Cleveland, Ohio, and thereafter in Charlotte, North Carolina where he has practiced intellectual property law for nearly nineteen years. Prior to being a patent attorney, Gregory practiced as an engineer and scientist for eight years and has his Fundamentals in Engineering License.
  Gregory is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and is Admitted to Practice before the Supreme Court of North Carolina, Supreme Court of Ohio, and Western District of North Carolina. He is also a member of the North Carolina State Bar and Ohio State Bar.
Gregory has prepared and prosecuted numerous U.S. and/or Foreign patent applications in a variety of technical areas. These technical areas include, for example, medical, safety, automotive, racing industry, aviation, military, environmental, sporting goods and toys, tools, industrial processes, household items, furniture, diamond films and mechanical products, among others.
Gregory's practice also includes the preparation and filing of trademark and copyright applications, and the licensing, protection and enforcement of vested rights.
Gregory's practice includes the securement, enforcement and defense of intellectual property. Gregory has served as lead counsel and opinion counsel in civil litigation. Gregory has provided validity, right-to-use and infringement/non-infringement opinions. A selected list of intellectual property law cases litigated by Gregory includes Maverick Recording Company, et al v. Rick Wash, Home Design Services v. Gordon George, et al., Mobley v Custom Golf Sales, Inc., et al., and The Attic Tent v Progressive Energy Solutions, Inc., et al.
Gregory has been a speaker on behalf of HalfMoon, LLC and Central Piedmont Community College, giving presentations concerning intellectual property issues for engineers and business owners. In addition, he has served as a judge for the Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition, one of the largest and most prestigious moot court competitions in the country.
6000 Fairview Road, Suite 1200
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210, USA