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Maschoff Brennan Welcomes New Associate Attorney

November 17, 2020

Maschoff Brennan Welcomes New Associate Attorney

PARK CITY,  November 17, 2020 –  Maschoff Brennan is pleased to introduce Robert Stewart who has joined the firm as the newest member of our litigation practice group.

Rob is joining Maschoff Brennan after serving two years as a judicial law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Anthony W. Ishii in the Eastern District of California.  He earned his J.D. from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas where he was on the law review and earned multiple CALI Awards for the highest grade in the class.  Rob earned his B.A. in English from Brigham Young University.

“I’m confident Rob’s experience, commitment, and passion will make significant contributions to the successes of our clients,” said Litigation Practice Chair, C.J. Veverka.  “His addition to our team underscores our commitment to providing strategic, innovative solutions to complex business disputes.”

Rob, who will call the firm’s Park City office home, says he is “was drawn to Maschoff Brennan because of the firm’s highly regarded litigators,” and also says he is “looking forward to helping his clients successfully navigate their intellectual property and litigation needs.”

Rob will focus his practice on intellectual property and business lawsuits, including those involving trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, patents, contract breaches, and business torts.

Congratulations and welcome to the team!

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.

C.J. Veverka

Robert Stewart