Comic Con: A Convention by Any Other Name?

April 24, 2018

In December 2017, a federal jury in San Diego was asked to declare the death of Comic-Con . . . in the trademark sense. They were asked to decide whether “Comic-Con” had become generic, or suffered “genericide,” due to widespread use of the term to refer to a comic convention—much as “aspirin,” once a Bayer […]

L. Rex Sears Ph.D.

Michael I. Katz

Cybersecurity to Protect Trade Secrets

February 28, 2018

Thoughtful cybersecurity practices protect information from hackers as well as trade secrets from theft by departing employees and competitors. In light of the cybersecurity threat to businesses of all sizes, businesses should develop their cybersecurity plans with protection of trade secrets in mind. For the full article, click here: Cybersecurity Reprinted with the permission of the Orange County Business Journal ORANGE COUNTY […]

Jared J. Braithwaite

Tyson K. Hottinger

Larry Laycock Featured in Mountain States Super Lawyers Magazine

January 14, 2018

Maschoff Brennan Shareholder Larry R. Laycock was featured in the 2017 Mountain States Super Lawyers magazine. The article features several Christmas books that Laycock has written with his wife, Lisa. Check out the full article here. 

Larry R. Laycock