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David E. LaRose, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Patent, Chemical Patent, Trademark, Civil Litigation.


LaRose, David E. was born on February 1, 1951 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States.


Louisiana State University (Bachelor of Science, 1973. Juris Doctor, Phi Alpha Delta. Licensed Professional Engineer, Louisiana, 1978.


Worked at Luedeka, Neely & Graham, P.C. (Knoxville, Tennessee) specializing in Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition Law. Computer Law. Trial Practice in all Courts and before the United States. Patent and Trademark Office.

Admitted to the bar, 1989, Louisiana. 1995, Tennessee; registered to practice before United States. Patent and Trademark Office.

Registered Professional Engineer, Louisiana. Member: Louisiana State, Tennessee and American Bar Associations. American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Tennessee Intellectual Property Law Association. Luedeka, Neely & Graham traces its roots to the oldest existing law firm in Chicago, which was founded in 1859, predating the Great Chicago Fire. Edwin M. Luedeka moved to Tennessee from Chicago in 1968 and opened a Knoxville office of the Chicago firm then known as Anderson, Luedeka, Fitch, Even & Tabin.

In 1979, the Knoxville office became an independent firm which is now known as Luedeka, Neely & Graham, P.C.


Baton Rouge, Louisiana State and American (Member, Patent, Trademark and Copyright law Committee) Bar Associations. American Institute oof Chemical Engineers. (Baton Rouge Office, Patent Attorney).