Firm Welcomes Two New Associates

Murphy Pearson welcomes two new associates, Miguel Mendez-Pintado (University of San Diego, School of Law), and Javkhlan Enkhbayar (University of San Francisco, School of Law) to the litigation team this month.

Miguel’s practice includes civil litigation with an emphasis on business and employment law, as well as intellectual property matters. He has vast experience in federal civil litigation and recently served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Theresa L. Fricke for the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington.

Javkhlan represents clients in business and intellectual property matters, as well as civil litigation and professional liability. As a law student, Javkhlan received the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Certificate and participated in the USPTO Trademark Program as a Certified Student, providing legal services to parties needing assistance with the registration of trademarks and copyrights. She also participated in the 2019 Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. During her third year of law school, Javkhlan served as a board member for USF Law Review and USF Moot Court Program. Javkhlan is fluent in Russian and Mongolian.

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