Aaron K. Haar focuses his practice on commercial and intellectual property litigation. He regularly counsels clients on a variety of litigation issues in state and federal court as well as before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has significant experience resolving disputes concerning trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and internet-based properties.
Prior to attending law school, Aaron worked for several years in the commercial real estate industry in Phoenix. Aaron graduated magna cum laude from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he was symposium editor for the Nevada Law Journal, served as president of the Federalist Society, and earned the Dean’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Law School. His student note, entitled “Pre-Dispute Binding Arbitration in Consumer Warranties: The Ninth Circuit Concludes Correctly for All the Wrong Reasons” was published in Volume 13 of the law review. Aaron spent his law school summers as an extern for a federal bankruptcy judge and as a law clerk for the Goldwater Institute. More
- Aaron quoted in ADA violations lawsuit article: "Small Business Often Hurt by Serial Plaintiffs in ADA Violations Suits, Expert Says"