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Ana Juneja creates ripples of growth in digital world as Intellectual Property Attorney on social media

It is incredible to know and learn about all those professionals who never leave a stone unturned in giving their best and, in the process, reach their highest potential and become their best versions in everything they choose to lay their hands on. What is even more amazing is the rise of women professionals, entrepreneurs, experts, and others across fields around the world, who, with their experiences and expertise, have been changing the game of almost every industry. The law and legal niches are among them to have seen the growth of so many such talented beings. Among them, one name that has been consistently making a prominent mark of hers as a top Intellectual Property Attorney is Ana Juneja, also known as Ana Skoumal.

Originally from Bhopal, India, and born in 1990 to two physicians, Ana and her family immigrated to America in 1993. After studying Biology at Michigan State University, she then went on to graduate from law school and, in 2018, moved to Illinois, Chicago. After passing the Illinois Bar Exam in February of 2018, she was sworn into the Illinois Supreme Court as an attorney in May 2018. This began her career as an intellectual property (IP) attorney at Dennemeyer & Associates in June 2018.

After splitting from her husband in 2022, she moved to Miami. By this time, Ana had already left her position at Dennemeyer & Associates to start her own intellectual property law firm, Ana Law LLC. Since she created her firm in the summer of 2021, she has been at the forefront of the law and legal niches, helping thousands of business owners, influencers, and celebrities protect their brands, content, inventions, and other intellectual property, which has helped her up her game as a top Intellectual Property Attorney.

She highlights that in the intellectual property niche, she focuses on emerging and international IP issues, such as Web3, social media, and helping Americans protect their IP from China. Besides this, Ana is also much active on social media to connect with the Gen-Z and millennials about law, intellectual property, business, and more. Ana also teaches Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes for other lawyers at several bar associations.

Ana Juneja (@anajuneja) has indeed come a long way in the industry, safeguarding inventions and brands on and off the digital space.

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