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 caseload as well as being sensitive to the needs and budgets of small and mid-sized businesses that are growing and investing in their intellectual property portfolios. Tina is dedicated to providing high-quality services and personalized attention to her clients.
She 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 is a board member of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) – California and is a former President of NAWBO-CA and the NAWBO-IE Chapter. Additionally, she sits on the Board of Directors at the Los Angeles County Fair Association.
As an adjunct professor at University of La Verne – School of Law, Tina teaches Intellectual Property Law and is the co-author of an Internet Law book published by Specialty Technical Publishers (STP) and Ad Infinitum.