David V. Trask and William S. Britt founded TraskBritt, P.C. in 1973. Located in the Intermountain West, the firm represents national and international corporations, research organizations, universities, and individuals throughout the world, with a substantial client base in the European Union.
TraskBritt has attorneys admitted to the United State Patent and Trademark Office, the Utah Bar, the Colorado Bar, the Arizona Bar, the Idaho Bar, the Texas Bar, the South Carolina Bar and the District of Columbia Bar.
Currently, TraskBritt represents clients in trials and appeals in the U.S. and abroad and has a litigation practice that is nationally recognized.
TraskBritt employs well-qualified associate attorneys, many of whom have advanced degrees as well as years of practical experience as engineers and scientists. As can be readily determined by individual biographies, these attorneys all have outstanding credentials and backgrounds that enhance the ability of TraskBritt to serve client needs.
TraskBritt attorneys are well equipped to deal with nearly any technology in the context of preparing and prosecuting patent applications as well as licensing and enforcing patent rights. TraskBritt has an extensive trademark, copyright, and design practice that reaches worldwide. The intellectual property counseling, negotiating and litigating representation offered by TraskBritt is of the highest quality, and encompasses trade secrets, franchising, confidentiality agreements and other strategies to protect valuable intellectual property assets.
In response to steadily increasing client needs over the years, TraskBritt has grown from two to over twenty attorneys. TraskBritt is committed to meeting the needs of the client by using the latest in Internet, office, and legal-specific applications software to increase efficiencies and maximize the skills of the professional staff.
In the future, the firm envisions an ever-greater role of the Internet and technology in providing quality legal services. Technological advances, coupled with the international harmonization of intellectual property laws, will enable TraskBritt to continue to effectively represent clients worldwide, with physical distance between a client and the firm being no barrier whatsoever.