Michael T. Arase, Attorney at Law

Michael T. Arase is an attorney based in Orange County, California. Servicing the greater Los Angeles and Orange County areas, his practice is concentrated in copyright and trademark law. Given the current technological climate in our world today, Michael fully understands the importance and value in protecting your intellectual property rights, and will work with you to vigorously enforce those rights.

Whether you need someone to register your work, manage your portfolio, or resolve a dispute involving your intellectual property, Michael takes the time to ensure that client objectives and needs are clearly understood. He also makes it a point to minimize the legalese that often surrounds legal matters so that clients can better comprehend and grasp the issues most pertinent to them.

Additionally, Michael has experience with business entity formation and family law matters ranging from, but not limited to, contesting restraining orders to arguing for visitation rights.

Michael is committed to providing the utmost professionalism and confidentiality with any and all of your legal matters. He is not only committed to meeting client goals in the most cost-effective manner, but also values building strong lasting relationships with his clients.

Michael also likes to keep tabs on the intersection of the legal, tech, and entertainment world here.

University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

  • Juris Doctor
  • Law College Association Scholarship
  • The Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (Articles Editor, Associate Editor)
  • Sports & Entertainment Law Society
  • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity

UCLA Extension

  • The Business of Music

University of California, Los Angeles

  • Bachelor of Arts, Geography
  • UCLA Radio


  • State Bar of California
  • Orange County Bar Association
    • Entertainment, Sports, & Marketing Law section
    • Intellectual Property & Technology Law section
    • Young Lawyers Division

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