Branden Moore has returned to Frascogna Law after accumulating multiple years of experience in intellectual property law. He stepped away from the firm to serve as a judicial clerk for the 20th District Circuit Court in Madison County, Mississippi, working for Judge Dewey Arthur and the newly appointed Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge, John Emfinger. His experience working with trademarks, copyrights, artist portfolio management, and royalty accountings has given him a solid platform to help his clients reach their full potential. Although Branden has broad experience in general entertainment and media, his interests lie in the video game market. With a lifelong love and constant interest in this exploding market, he has a passion for matching his clients with developers with a need for talent on their platforms.
Branden embraces the mentality of teamwork and supporting others, as was engrained in him during his many years as a football player. His love for the sport and his teamworking skills culminated in being named Co-Captain of the Samford University football team his senior year. Branden holds a bachelor’s degree from Samford University in Journalism and Mass Communications, with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. He received his Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law and is licensed to practice law in the State of Mississippi. During his time at Cumberland, he competed on the National Mediation Team and was the Director of the National Negotiation Team.
In his free time, Branden enjoys spending time with his wife and dogs, enjoying the great outdoors, fishing and golfing, and working out.