Scott Gibson

Dedicated to his law practice for 25 years, Scott still finds the time to read a good book, cook a creative meal for his family, enjoy one of his children's concerts or spend a quiet evening with his wife.

As a founding partner and the current managing partner of the Mesa law firm of Gibson Ferrin, PLC, Scott helps businesses and individuals navigate the challenges of the legal system. His practice focuses on intellectual property and employment law and helps businesses prosper by properly managing their intangible assets.

Over the years he has developed a reputation for his uncanny ability to quickly discern the most important issues in a case and to focus on ways to resolve rather than to expand litigation. However, when a case cannot be resolved through legal motions or favorable negotiations, Scott is a well prepared and capable trial attorney.

But his passion for law doesn't stop there. - more -

Scott F. Gibson
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1423 South Higley Road
Suite 110
Mesa, Arizona 85206
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480-633-8100
 
 
Education
LL.M., Biotechnology and Genomics, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
J.D. (cum laude), Arizona State University (1986)
BA, Journalism (summa cum laude), Arizona State University (1983)

Bar Admissions
Arizona
United States District Court for the District of Arizona
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Professional Memberships & Activities
AV Rated by Martindale Hubbell
State Bar of Arizona (Employment and Labor Law Section)
Defense Research Institute (Employment Law Committee)
American Intellectual Property Law Association
Judge Pro Tem, Maricopa County Superior Court

Practice Areas
Biotechnology
Commercial Litigation
Employment Law
Trade Secrets

Published Works
Protect Your Intangible Assets, For The Defense Magazine (2010) 
Determining Ownership of Genetic Samples, 48 Jurimetrics J. 167-191 (2008)
Trade Secrets and Employment Issues
What's Mine is Not Yours (with Charlotte C. Johnson)
Attorney/Client Relationship, Arizona Employment Law Handbook (2006)
Arizona Section, Employment Law: A State-by-State Compendium (2006)
Is the Hedonic Damages Party Almost Over? (with Jerome M. Staller, Ph.D.)
Expert Testimony on Hedonic Damages is Inadmissible
Securities - Determining Equal Fault Between Tippers and Tippees Under Rule 10b-5
 
Business Blog
 
 
 


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