Greta Schultz is Senior Counsel in Tyson & Mendes’ Los Angeles office. Her areas of practice include general liability, intellectual property, and business litigation, which she practices in both California state and federal district courts.
Ms. Schultz has significant litigation experience, successfully representing various corporations, insurance carriers, and technology professionals. Ms. Schultz handles a wide range of cases dealing with personal injury, wrongful death, and catastrophic injuries arising out of alleged negligence and intentional torts; and business disputes stemming from breach of contract, such as fraud, and claims for violation of California’s Unfair Competition Law. Additionally, Ms. Schultz’s experience extends to intellectual property law, where she assists new and established companies grow and maintain their IP portfolios. She has litigated and resolved many trademark disputes, including inter-partes proceedings before the United States Trademark Trial and Appeals Board and has been successful in many Office Action proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Ms. Schultz has advised on the copyrightability of client materials by conducting chain of title and right to content analysis, obtained copyright registrations on behalf of her clients, and filed successful responses to the Copyright Examining Division. In recognition of her work, Ms. Schultz was named Top Attorney in 2015 by Pasadena Magazine.
Ms. Schultz earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of New Orleans and her J.D. from Whittier Law School. During her studies, Ms. Schultz engaged in a pro bono program at the school’s Children’s Rights Clinic, advocating for victims of abuse and neglect, specifically working on complex SIJIS (Special Immigrant Juvenile Status) cases.
As a native Baltimorean, she is an avid Ravens and Orioles fan. In her free time, Ms. Schultz enjoys traveling, trivia nights, and spending time with her Aussie Shepherd, Mila.
Recent PostsLiability in the Age of Autonomous Vehicles
Claims Magazine – Property Casualty 360° – June 6, 2018
With billions of dollars spent on developing self-driving cars and trucks, important questions have been raised about the imminent role of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and the ramifications insurers and business owners may face in the wake of such rapid development.