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David R. Ellis, Attorney
Largo, FL
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About David Roy Ellis

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 46 years, David Roy Ellis is a Intellectual Property Law and Copyrights / Trademarks lawyer in Largo Florida who attended Harvard Law School

Practice Areas

Intellectual Property Law (55%)
Copyrights / Trademarks (14%)
Business Law (11%)
Patents (11%)
Contracts (9%)

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Bar Licenses

Florida State Bar
Member in Good Standing


Harvard Law School
Harvard Law School
Juris Doctor

Specialty Certifications

The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education
Board Certified Specialist
Intellectual Property Law
The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education

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David Roy Ellis
David R. Ellis, Attorney
3233 E Bay Dr STE 101
Largo, FL 33771
Office: 727-531-1111
Fax: 727-531-5088

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Bar License Information

Membership with The Florida Bar -

David Roy Ellis - Membership information with The Florida Bar - Find more information about David Roy Ellis on The Florida Bar website including the attorney's bar license status, eligibility status and ten year discipline history, if any. Check the Florida bar website to make sure the attorney is a member in good standing with the Florida Bar and currently licensed to practice law in Florida.

Specialty Certification Information

Certified in Intellectual Property Law -

Florida Bar Board Certification in Intellectual Property Law - Lawyers certified in Intellectual Property Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have demonstrated substantial involvement in this area of the law.

Under Rule 6-26.2, intellectual property law is defined to include four sub-specialty practice areas - patent application prosecution, patent infringement litigation, trademark law, or copyright law.