Provo UTAH

ABOUT Barnard N. Madsen

Barney's 30-year legal career includes service on a U.S. congressman's staff, as an Air Force judge advocate, a Special Assistant U.S. attorney, and Assistant Attorney General. He has served as a prosecutor and criminal defense counsel, and full-time for four years as an appellate counsel, and has now served fifteen years in private practice. His current practice focuses on intellectual property, employment law, commercial litigation, and appeals. For four years running, he has been voted by other attorneys in the state as one of Utah's Legal Elite in intellectual property and business litigation.

Seminars

Trademarks 101
Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum, 2012
BNI International, 2011
Utah State Bar spring convention, 2010
Brigham Young University Campus Education Week, JRCLS CLE, 2009
ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA…: The Alphabet Soup of Employment Law
Utah County employers committee, Utah Department of Workforce Services, 1998–2006

Community involvement

Volunteer, Family Watch International, 2013–present
Board Member and Secretary, Gazelam Foundation, 2009–present
Board member, Kresimir Cosic Foundation, 2009–present
Brigham Young University Cougar Club, 1998–present
Moot Court Judge
S. J. Quinney College of Law, 1996–1998
J. Reuben Clark Law Society, 1998–present
Volunteer, J. Reuben Clark Law School Mentor Program, 2001–present
Legal Advisor, Utah County Employers Committee, 1998–2006
Latter-Day Saints Missionary, Germany, Frankfurt mission, 1976–1978

Military service

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Air Force (retired)
Judge Advocate General's Corps 1985–2007 (11 years on active duty; 11 years as a reservist)

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Areas of LAW

  • Employment
  • Medical Malpractice

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