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Aaron Joseph Cronan

About me

Aaron Cronan has been serving his business and individual clients with practical legal advice since 2000. He has focused his practice on business law, business formation, contracts and trademarks. Aaron enjoys developing close relationships with his clients built on trust and a deep understanding of his clients' needs. Because many of his clients are starting new businesses he makes time to meet at night and on weekends when needed.


 


Aaron enjoys living in Portland, Oregon with his wife, daughter and dog

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Practice areas

Licensed

  1. Contracts: 30%
    16 years, 100 cases
  2. Trademark Application: 30%
    14 years, 30 cases
  3. Business: 30%
    16 years, 50 cases
  4. Trademark: 5%
    10 cases
  5. Copyright: 5%
    14 years, 10 cases

Payment

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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  • Jesse A. Buss

    I've known Aaron for nearly a decade and have consistently observed his professional and personal dedication to his clients. That loyalty, combined with Aaron's legal skill and thoroughness, makes for very well-served clients.

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    Jesse Buss Personal injury Attorney
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  • Scott Andrew Levin

    I know Aaron to be a creative and aggressive attorney who gets good results for his clients.

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    Scott Levin Personal injury Attorney
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Contact info

1219 SE Lafayette
#104
Portland, OR, 97202

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ORActive200807/16/2016
CAActive200005/23/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Regional Champions, Western RegionGiles Rich Moot Court Competition1998
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerLaw Office of Aaron Cronan2009 - Present
ConsultantFios2008 - 2009
OwnerLaw Office of Aaron Cronan2004 - 2008
AttorneyWasserman, Comden, Casselman LLP2003 - 2004
AttorneyGoldstein, Gurvite, Marlow, and Miller LLP2001 - 2003
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
oregon state bar technology law sectionExecutive Committee2015 - Present
Information Security Systems Association, Portland ChapterPresident2009 - 2010
Portland “Impact” Mentorship ProgramVolunteer2009 - 2009
St. Mary's Academy Mock Trail TeamCoach2009 - 2011
Information Security Systems Association, Portland ChapterChair2006 - 2009
Los Angeles Magnet School Mentor ProgramVolunteer2004 - 2005
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Trademark InfringmentSettled
Transfer of Intellectual PropertyPositive Agreement
Copyright InfringmentWon significant award at trial.
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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
White PaperDefensible E-Discovery in Corporate Litigation2012
White PaperThe Basics on Handling Email Attachments in e-Discovery2009
White PaperFive Steps to Controlling Costs: Best Practices for Managing e-Discovery in Small Matters2009
The Electronic Discovery CounselorFRCP 26(g) Certification – The Risks and Rewards2009
White PaperFRCP 26(g): Understanding your e-discovery certification obligations2009
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of California, Hastings College of the LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2000
University of California - San DiegoPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts1997
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Oregon State Bar, CLE CommitteeCorporate E Discovery2012
Portland Privacy GroupThe Collision of Privacy and e-Discovery2010
Oregon State Bar, CLE CommitteeDon't Get Burned By E-Discovery2010
NW Security ConferenceThe Collision of Privacy and e-Discovery2010
California Dist. Attorney Association ConferenceCivil e-Discovery and the New California Rules2010
West Law CLE EventTrends in e-Discovery for Corporate Counsel2009
SecureWorld ExpoE-Discovery and the Keys to the Crown Jewels2009
InnotechLeveraging e-Discovery: How Info Sec Can Use the Pain of eDiscovery to Keep Security Funded2009
SecureWorld ExpoE-Discovery,The CISO’s New Ally2008
GMISWho’s Afraid of e-Discovery2008