Working To Help You Protect Your Dreams!
Olamide Michelle Imoukhuede
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Michelle has always been passionate about creativity and entrepreneurship. She truly loves helping individuals build their ventures and provide fundamental tools that will prevent costly legal concerns in the future. Her clients consists of artists, service-based entrepreneurs, influencers, start-ups, and other creative brand builders.
Michelle enjoys hiking and practicing yoga as well as traveling and experiencing various cultures of the world. As a first generation Nigerian-American, she truly values the lessons and culture she can bring into her personal and professional life.
The George Washington University Law School, Intellectual Property LL.M., 2014
Mercer University School of Law, J.D., 2013
The University of Georgia, Consumer Journalism (Minor in Spanish) 2009
Montra Yazdani's practice focuses on trademark clearance, prosecution, portfolio management, and client counseling before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Montra helps clients navigate the trademark registration process and provides practical advice to clients to assist them in selecting and enforcing their trademarks consistent with their goals in an efficient and tailored manner. She represents diverse clients ranging from nonprofit organizations to tech startups to small/medium size businesses and adapts her advice to suit her clients' unique legal needs.
Montra was born in Mashhad, Iran and currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband and dog. In her free time, you will likely find her practicing yoga, walking, reading a book, or playing the guitar. As an avid yogi, Montra also runs a yoga group in her local community.
The George Washington University Law School, LL.M., 2014
Golden Gate University School of Law, J.D., 2013
Saint Louis University, B.S., 2008
District of Columbia
2020 Summer Legal Intern
Originally from Florida, Julianne has called Brooklyn home for 4 years, ever since she graduated with her Master's in Applied American Politics and Policy from Florida State University. Julianne also worked as a Governmental Affairs Consultant and Political Account Executive before moving to New York in 2016. Julianne is law student at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, where she will be serving as a Staff Editor for the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution and participating in the New York Attorney General's Social Justice Division Field Clinic.
Outside of law school, Julianne is also the creator of @howtobebrokeinnewyork, New York’s leading on-a-budget blog. Through this platform, Julianne provides resources, deals, and events to help others live a great life on a budget, while also hosting live interviews with elected officials and experts to civic engagement, policies affecting affordability for New Yorkers, and systemic disenfranchisement.