Christina S. Loza has a breadth of experience working for a large firm and as in-house intellectual property counsel. Given Tina’s experience, she is adept at working on an intense case load as well as being sensitive to the needs and budget of small and mid-sized business that are growing and investing in their intellectual property portfolios. Tina is dedicated to providing high-quality services and personalized attention to her clients.
Tina has experience in all areas of intellectual property law including trademarks, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, domain name disputes, internet law, eBay dispute resolution, as well as, IP licensing, counseling, and litigation.
Tina graduated from Loyola Law School and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology in May of 1998 from Loyola Marymount University (LMU). Tina is admitted to practice before all state courts in the State of California, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, and Central Districts of California. Tina is also a member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the OCBA Mandatory Fee Arbitration Committee, the OCBA Mommy Esquire Committee, and is President-Elect of the National Association of Women Business Owners – California. Tina is also a frequent contributor to the Inland-Socal Women in Business Blog and was recently interviewed by The Networking Fool. Tina is currently co-authoring an Internet Law book text published by Specialty Technical Publishers (STP) and frequently contributes to the STP blog.