Attorney Byron Ma
Byron is an associate of Buche & Associates, P.C. Over the years he’s been with the firm, Byron has helped countless clients with advice about their intellectual property and business interests.
As an undergraduate at the University of Washington, Byron majored in biology and earned a Bachelor of Science degree. While still a student at USD, Byron served as a member of the San Diego Law Review.
Byron Ma’s core practice areas include:
- Civil litigation
- Business Transactions
- Intellectual property law
- Trademark & Copyright Registration
- Patent, trademark and copyright litigation
What our Clients have to say about our San Diego Attorneys...
Buche & Associates responded almost immediately to my inquiry about a possible new case. They provided a quick initial assessment and recommendations on how I should proceed. I could not have asked or expected anything better. Buche was extremely helpful and professional.Sammie Covington1/08/2020Justin Sims1/07/2020
I reached out to Buche and Associates via email for help with a music industry contract. John responded to my email the next day giving me assurance and a thumbs up on my existing contract - NC. I appreciated the rapid, honest, and professional response! I'm very happy to have found this law firm.Stefan Depner11/05/2019
All the attorneys that did work for me at Buche and Associates were extremely knowledgeable and got the work done quickly and efficiently. I've always felt they've had my best interests and given me sound advice that has paid off. I highly recommend Buche and Associates for your legal needs.Josh Wickman10/30/2019
Highly recommend. Professional, responsive and great to work with. Backed me up 100% in the face of a ridiculous lawsuit.sdavis5125 .8/03/2019
John and his team have been fantastic to work with. They are always responsive, professional and very knowledgeable. Highly recommended.Mark Leone2/09/2018
I spoke with John and two of his attorneys about a the potential for patenting a bicycle braking apparatus. He was very knowledgeable and generous with his and his teams time. It turned out that the apparatus was not patentable but had it been we would have strongly considered Buche & Associates.MB S3/07/2014