Webster, Chamberlain and Bean, LLP
John Hazard’s practice includes all areas of nonprofit corporate and tax law including antitrust, tax, contracts, human resource matters, mergers, compensation, and intellectual property.
Mr. Hazard has worked with and represents associations and companies of all types including publicly traded and private corporations, trade and professional groups, foundations, charities, and sports groups. Mr. Hazard has participated in litigating numerous trademark infringement matters both in the U.S. and abroad, as well as domain name disputes and general corporate matters. He has been very successful in stopping trademark infringement for many of his clients and regularly assists in developing intellectual property policing and registration programs on a world-wide basis.
Mr. Hazard has lectured extensively in the areas of corporate governance, mergers, trademark and copyright infringement, and is the author of a treatise on copyright law, Copyright Law In Business and Practice (Thomson West), which is updated twice annually.
Mr. Hazard has been a partner with the firm since 1988 and is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C. and Virginia.