LaConya Murray, Esq. – Own Your Genius

Keeping others from copying your brand, content, and ideas can be confusing, overwhelming, and frustrating... 


but it doesn't have to be.


If the thought of trademarks, copyrights, and keeping people off your brand makes you itch, no worries. Chances are those things aren't in your realm of genius. Everyone has their realm of genius, mine is helping entrepreneurs protect their brand, content, and ideas through trademarks, copyrights, and contracts. I LOVE it! Nothing makes me happier than helping clients keeping people off their mark. 

Let me help you overcome your frustration and move forward with protecting your brand.

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I work with startups, entrepreneurs, online businesses, brick and mortar businesses, speakers, authors, podcast host, course creators, and other content creators throughout the United States to help them own their genius by protecting their brand through trademarks, copyrights, and contracts. My services allow my clients to continue operating in their realm of genius, while I operate in mine. Contact my office to learn more.

To say that Attorney LaConya “Connie” Murray is AMAZING is an understatement! She is professional, timely, VERY KNOWLEDGEABLE, caring, efficient and much more! I would refer her to ALL of my friends and family in a heartbeat. I don’t know where my business would be without Connie Murray. THANK YOU Diva!

A. Barnes

Serial Entrepreneur

Connie was prompt, courteous and professional. She definitely answered my questions about protecting my ideas and gave useful information about the difference between a trademark and a copyright. She even offered a few free resources from her website that are absolutely invaluable. I will definitely be contacting her to handle my trademark and copyright issues once my e-course is complete!

R. Peoples

Psychiatrist 

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