PARK CITY, UT – February 2, 2021
Maschoff Brennan proudly welcomes Christina Trinh to the firm as our newest associate attorney.
Christina will call our Orange County office home and will focus her practice on complex and intellectual property litigation representing individual and corporate clients, including public and private entities, in both state and federal court, as well as appellate and administrative proceedings.
“We are excited to welcome Christina to our firm,” said California Managing Shareholder Tyson Hottinger. “She brings a fantastic set of skills to our growing litigation practice that will be a tremendous asset to our clients.”
Christina earned her J.D. from USC Gould School of Law where she received the American Jurisprudence Award in International Business Transactions and the Carl Mason Franklin Award in International Law. She also served as the Executive Lieutenant Governor for the Ninth Circuit of the American Bar Association – Law Student Division and she served as a Committee Member for USC’s Student Bar Association, including the Library and Technology Committee and LA Supreme Court Philanthropy Committee. She earned her B.A. in Political Science with a focus on Political Theory and Intellectual Property from the University of California, Irvine.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to work together with everyone here at Maschoff Brennan,” said Christina. “The attorneys here are known as top-notch, technology-savvy litigators who also provide excellent client service, and I can’t wait to help further that tradition.”
About Maschoff Brennan
Maschoff Brennan provides legal counsel and representation to some of the world’s most innovative companies. With over 45 attorneys and offices in the technology-focused regions of Utah and California, our attorneys are known for having the breadth of experience and the forward-thinking insight needed to handle complex technological and business issues across all industries and geographic boundaries. We have extensive experience representing clients in Federal and State courts across the country and before the ITC, USPTO, PTAB, TTAB, and other administrative agencies in Washington D.C.