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Mr. Matlock's practice is focused to complex areas of corporate and intellectual property law.  Brian is actively involved in community service in the East Bay communities of Walnut Creek, Concord, and Clayton in various non-profit organizations.  He and Anne-Leith enjoy hiking, tennis, music, and outdoors activities.   


Practice areas


  1. Intellectual Property: 34%
  2. Litigation: 33%
  3. Business: 33%



Hourly ($300-450/hour), Retainer (always), Free consultation (30 minutes)

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Cash, Check, Credit card

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Contact info

Matlock Law Group, PC

1475 N. Broadway Ste 410
Walnut Creek, CA, 94596


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
With distinctionUniversity of Pacific2006
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Director of Intellectual PropertySanmina-SCI2007 - 2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
Intellectual Property LawMember2006 - Present
San Francisco Intellectual Property Law AssociationMember2006 - Present
National Association of Patent PractitionersDirector2005 - 2007
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Morris v. Atchity, CACD, Federal CourtVerdict for Plaintiff
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Washington University School of LawIntellectual Property and Technology LawLL.M - Master of Laws2013
McGeorge School of Law, University of the PacificIntellectual PropertyJD - Juris Doctor2005
Washington UniversityFinanceMBA - Master of Business Administration1993
University of MissouriChemical EngineeringBS - Bachelor of Science1980
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
McGeorge School of Law, Univ of Pacific Adv IP ClassM&A Issues in Intellectual Property Transactions2011
National Association of Patent PractitionersKSR v. Teleflex, Patent Law2009