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Kristina Fox

Kristina Fox

Kristina Fox

After practicing for several years at an intellectual property boutique law firm in Seattle, WA, my husband, Bradley Fox, and I created Fox Law Group, LLC in 2007 in Crested Butte, CO, and we are now happy to call Durango our home.

My practice is rooted in start-up business planning and intellectual property law. I collaborate with clients to maximize productivity; increase brand and product/service value; reduce risks and costs; clear, acquire, and enforce intellectual property rights; and consult on sales and marketing strategy.

For the past 16 years, I have assisted clients with business formation and related agreements; regulatory matters; business branding; funding strategies such as loans or crowd fund strategies; employment, supplier, vendor agreements; dispute resolution, business mergers, acquisition and sale, Internet policies, intellectual property licensing, royalties, ownership, non-disclosure, confidentiality, etc. These foundational matters are so important to business success – ensuring legal rights to use brand or business names is crucial because one is either building value in their name or infringing another’s rights.

I obtained my Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law in 1999 and am licensed in Washington, Utah, and Colorado. I also received art appraisal accreditation through the International Society of Appraisers in 2009 and provide art consulting, management, and valuations. In addition, as a trained mediator, I provide mediation services for intellectual property, art and business disputes in Colorado.

There is so much innovation here in Durango and I hope to help our clients create successful businesses. One thing I learned about living in the small town for Crested Butte, CO is that our practice requires a higher level of accountability. Our clients become our friends, we get to know them well and some times we have to get creative in order to help our clients achieve their goals.

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