Every business has aspects of intellectual property which need to be addressed.  The key is being as practical as possible in doing so. When I put on my legal hat, I can tell clients what sorts of intellectual property protection are possible.  However, I have worked in the business world and as an in-house lawyer, so I know it is important to put on a business hat, too – to see what makes the most sense when the client considers the budget and the long-term business objectives.


Bryce Earl is a native Nevadan who advises clients in intellectual property and business law matters.  He counsels clients on intellectual property and brand protection strategies and has prepared and prosecuted trademark, service mark, and copyright applications. He has also handled intellectual property enforcement matters and a full range of related agreements, including non-disclosure, non-compete, licensing, and co-existence agreements.  His clients include businesses in the video game, entertainment, medical/pharmaceutical, sports, insurance, apparel, and other industries.

In his business law practice, Bryce provides counsel on entity formation, asset purchases and sales, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, privacy, and franchising matters.  He has negotiated complex, high-profile deals, including assisting in a technology client’s acquisition by a Fortune 100 corporation, preparing formative international strategic alliance and licensing agreements, and preparing Hart-Scott-Rodino pre-acquisition notification filings with the Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice.

To both his intellectual property and business law practices, Bryce brings significant technology experience as a programmer, systems administrator, and software consultant.  In addition to advising business clients in a variety of industries, he currently serves as general counsel for a leading self-funded financing and insurance solutions provider. By combining his background in information systems and law, Earl assist his clients in implementing a customized intellectual property plan to enhance and thoroughly protect their business.

Practice Groups:

Business Law
Technology & Intellectual Property

Bar and Court Admissions:

State Bar of Nevada, 2001
State Courts of Nevada
U.S. District Court of the District of Nevada
Supreme Court of the United States


B.A. Brigham Young University, 1996
M.I.S.M., Brigham Young University (Marriott School of Management), 2000
J.D., Brigham Young University (J. Reuben Clark Law School), 2000

Memberships and Affiliations:

American Bar Association (Member, Forum on Franchising)
State Bar of Nevada (Member, Intellectual Property Section)
Clark County Bar Association
International Trademark Association (INTA)
BYU Management Society
J. Reuben Clark Law Society


Bryce has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in the Mountain States (Nevada, Utah, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming) in 2009, 2011, and 2012.  He has been recognized as a Super Lawyer in his area of practice in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

News About Bryce:

Super Lawyers Magazine (2014-2020)