AREAS OF LAW PRACTICE
- J.D. from Seattle University Law School.
- Member of the Washington Bar, the Federal Bar of Western Washington, and the United States Patent Bar.
Neil’s legal expertise is supplemented by his broad educational background that spans multiple disciplines: physics, computer science, finance, optics, and information systems. Neil is a bit of a science tech nerd, which gives our clients a distinct advantage when protecting intellectual property laws for the marijuana industry
Tel: (206) 693-2900 x8 (direct)
Intellectual Property Marijuana Lawyer Neil K. Juneja
Neil Juneja is an intellectual property lawyer based in Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. He is the founder and managing partner at the Gleam Law firm. His impeccable track record and years of marijuana law experience navigating the complexities of patents, trademarks, and copyrights is what helps Gleam Law stand out from the competition.
Early in his career, Neil became dissatisfied with the often-overwhelming pretentiousness in the legal field. At other firms, clients are billed by the minute, treated like just another number, and too often waste valuable time and money on sub-par intellectual property law solutions that leave them exposed and vulnerable to lawsuits. Neil wanted to create something different – so he did.
For Neil, being a lawyer is about supporting people and their dreams. Whether it is business, innovation, or art, helping passionate people achieve their goals is what drives him to be the best marijuana lawyer he can be. He brings a remarkable level of genuine care and humanity that you don’t often find in a law office.
Neil represents clients in the cannabis industry. Neil has successfully filed over 400 marijuana cannabis trademarks and patent applications. He also represents clients worldwide with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
With over 20 years experience in theatrical lighting, entertainment, and tech industries, Neil gained much of his expertise working in these industries. Neil learned from the mistakes of others during the rise and fall of the dot com bubble. He learned the best ways to help his clients successfully file legally protectable assets.
Neil has a unique ability to see through complex marijuana legislative issues and come up with concrete and enforceable strategies to help protect his clients’ most valuable assets: their brands, inventions, and other original artistic works.
Neil is a sought-after speaker and trademark law instructor. He is also a member of the Washington Bar, the Federal Bar of Washington, and the United States Patent Bar.
Patent Protection for Cannabis Inventions, Ganjapreneur 2017
Choosing The Right Cannabis Trademark Identity, MG Retailer 2016
Trademark Licensing and Conflicts with I-502 Rules, Marijuana Venture 2015
Branding Your Passion, Marijuana Venture 2015
Trademark Licensing and Conflicts with I-502 Rules, Washington State Bar Association CLE 2015
IP Protection in the US Market, guarding the borders, Protocol 2014
Pot and Patents, Avvo Naked Law 2014
The Next Level: Achieving Continued Success with your Cannabis Business – Fisher Phillips & Marijuana Business Association (MJBA)
Cannabis Law and Policy Panel – Seattle University School of Law 2018
Legal Protections of Brands & Innovations – Cannacon 2018
Branding & Marketing Panel – RAD Expo 2018
What are we buying when we buy legal cannabis? Everything involved in marketing and communicating cannabis for consumers/patients in a new, regulated industry – 2018 Maui Cannabis Conference
Trademark, Patents, and Branding – Imperious Cannabis Business Expo 2017
2017 Cannabis Intellecutal Property Updates – 5th Annual Northwest Marijuana Conference CLE 2017
Cashing in On Cannabis: The Importance of Protecting Intellectual Property – Cashing in On Cannabis: The Importance of Protecting Intellectual Property 2017
Law in Action – OEN Seminar: Don’t Go Up in Smoke—Primer for Canna-Businesses 2017
Intellectual Property -Don’t Go Up in Smoke: 2nd Annual Workplace Law Seminar for Canna-businesses 2017
Cannabis and Law– CannaCon 2017
Intellectual Property Protection for Cannabis Brands and Inventions– 3rd Annual Cannabis Collaborative Conference 2017
Branding and Trademarks– Washington Medical Marijuana Workshop 2016
Intellectual Property and Cannabis– Oregon Business Licensing Seminar 2016
Oregon Business Licensing Workshop– Marijuana Patents and Trademarks 2016
Intellectual Property and the Cannabis Industry– Northwest Marijuana Law Conference 2016
Northwest Cannacast– Cannabusiness in 2017 2016
Cannabis Law and Policy– Law Pro CLE
Legal Consumption of Cannabis– Hempfest 2016
Washington Cannabis Industry: Cheers and Jeers– Hempfest 2016
Attorney Panel – Cannabis Attorneys– Cannabis Law and Policy Class 2016
Branding, Patents, & Marketing– Cannabis Business Expo 2016
Regulatory Concerns in Future Legalization of Cannabis– Catharsis on the DC Mall 2015
Trademarks and Patents in the Cannabis Industry– Seattle Hempfest 2015
Legal Advice: From trademarks to traffic stops– Seattle Hempfest 2015
Intellectual Property & The Cannabis Industry– Oregon Hemp Convention 2015
Intellectual Property and the Cannabis Industry– Marijuana Workshops 2015
CannaChat October– Cannabis Law Society 2015
Liability, Insurance, Events, and Intellectual Property– NW Leadership Conference 2014
Emerging Frontier of Marijuana Law- Law and Business Association UW School of Law 2014
Intellectual Property, Seattle Kollel 2013
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2018|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2017|
|40 under 40 most influential people in the cannabis industry||Marijuana Ventures||2017|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2016|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2016|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2015|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers||2015|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2014|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2013|
|Pro Bono Publico Service Commendation||Washington State Bar Association||2012|
|Dean’s Scholar||Seattle University School of Law||2005|