Your trademarks are valuable. Protect them.
Businesses are getting more high-tech, and so is the law. The internet, e-commerce, trademarks, domain names, and franchise rights play a huge part in modern brand development and expansion. TraskBritt attorneys help distinguish your business from the competition through the use of trade and service marks.
Our trademark lawyers will help you identify the economic advantages of identification, adoption, and protection of your distinct and robust trade and service marks. Then we guard those marks. We offer clients the most effective strategies for protecting their work.
With TraskBritt, you can secure the competitive edge that you’ve been looking for.
For over a decade, Andrew has helped clients understand, untangle, and address intellectual property issues that ariseGregory C. Baker
Greg holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering and specializes in various mechanical fields including compositeDaniel J. Bezdjian
Daniel received his J.D. from the University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law and was elected to the Order of theH. Dickson Burton
Dickson is the Managing Shareholder of the Firm. In his practice he is a trial lawyer who focuses on helpingJesse M. Flores
Jesse is a shareholder at TraskBritt. He has represented Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and individuals inJ. Jeffrey Gunn
Jeff’s practice focuses on patent and trademark prosecution, post-grant proceedings, and litigation support. HeJason P. Nixon
Jason’s practice focuses on patent preparation and prosecution, trademarks, copyrights, intellectual propertyKrista Weber Powell
Krista has served TraskBritt as an associate and a shareholder and is currently of counsel. Prior to joining the firm,Elizabeth H. Schierman
Elizabeth is a patent and trademark attorney with a passion for innovation and design. Her work spans the globe withDavid V. Trask
Mr. Trask, of counsel, has brought over forty years of experience in transactional and litigation matters, primarily inAllen C. Turner
Allen began his legal career at TraskBritt starting as a law clerk. He then spent three years in The Netherlands asJames C. Watson
After completing his legal training in at GWU in Washington, D.C., James returned to his home state to practice at