Monday, November 23, 2009

Daliah Saper, Saper Law Offices, LLC

Today Gigs at Startups is interviewing: Daliah Saper – Principal Attorney at Saper Law Offices, LLC.

Name: Daliah Saper
Company: Saper Law Offices, LLC
Role: Principal Attorney

What is Saper Law Offices?
We are intellectual property and business attorneys with significant transactional and both federal and state litigation experience. Our most recent court cases have involved trade secret misappropriation, intellectual property infringement, defamation, and commercial disputes. Click on the News tab to learn about our upcoming events and announcements, sign up for our Seminar mailing list, and read what clients are saying about us.

Why did you start Saper Law Offices?
I’ve always been a creative person with an entrepreneurial spirit. When I started Saper Law, I did my research and realized that there weren’t a lot of law firms handling cases for the up and coming rock star, or the new fashion designer, or the start up tech company. Most established law firms were either too big to service businesses in the incubation stage or simply didn’t have the necessary expertise in new media and intellectual property law. Saper Law was born to fulfill that need and has flourished doing just that.

What is the best thing about working at Saper Law?
I am proud of the culture I have created for my firm. We don’t work in stiff corporate offices, wear buttoned up suits, or hide behind a hierarchy of secretaries and support staff. We are accessible and that means clients become friends and vice versa. On any given night I am invited to gallery openings, movie premiers, or new business launches. These activities, in turn, inspire me to be a more creative business owner. Over the last five years, Saper Law has built a reputation for being the law firm for “creative entrepreneurs and innovative business organizations.” You can read about all our awards and acknowledgements at

What kind of people do you think are best suited to work at startups?
Individuals best suited to work at start ups are those who understand that building a company requires creativity, perseverance, and most importantly patience. Being a leader and a team player doesn’t hurt, and neither does mastering the art of delegating and bartering.

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