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Everitt Beers

Everitt Beers

Everitt practices business law and intellectual property law, including both transactional and litigation matters.

On the litigation side, Everitt has thirty years of experience in resolving business, commercial, real estate, construction, corporate, patent, and intellectual property law disputes.

His litigation background includes complex cases involving the full range of enterprise conflicts from business and commercial contract claims to real estate development and construction suits. He has handled multi-party business disputes involving local, national, and international participants in mediation, arbitration, court, and jury trials.

His intellectual property litigation experience includes federal and state trials, International Trade Commission patent trials, state and federal appeals, arbitration, mediation, and dispute resolution counseling.

On the transactional side, his practice areas include business law, business organization law, and intellectual property law. His business law experience includes contracts, business organization, and commercial law. His intellectual property law experience includes patent, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, and trademark law. His intellectual property transactional experience includes patent, copyright, and trademark licensing; patent and intellectual property corporate due diligence; advice on protection of intellectual property rights, and high-tech contract negotiations.

He is a registered patent attorney with a technical background in computer science and engineering, including computer software and hardware, internet, and e-commerce technologies.


Law School: Hastings College of the Law, University of California (1980). Member of the Hastings Law Journal.

Undergraduate: University of Alaska (1977).

Graduate: University of Southern California, Computer Science and Engineering (1994).

Clerkship: Chief Justice Edmond Burke, Alaska Supreme Court, 1980-81.


Everitt was admitted to practice in 1980 to all of the state and federal courts of California and Alaska and to the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also registered to appear before the United State Patent and Trademark Office as a patent attorney.

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