Tito V.A. Castro, Esq.
Attorney At Law
Bar Admissions: District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Federal Courts
Mr. Castro is the founding partner of The Castro Law Firm in Washington D.C. His practice focus is in criminal defense and intellectual property litigation and counseling.
While in law school, Mr. Castro pursued his interest in litigation as a member of the Howard University School of Law Criminal Justice Clinic where he has an excellent track record of representing respondents before the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Mr. Castro has also successfully represented clients before the United States Parole Commission in parole revocation hearings. Mr. Castro served as the Student Bar Association Chief of Staff at Howard University School of Law, President of Sigma Delta Tau Legal Fraternity and President of La Alianza: Latino Law Student Society.
After law school, Mr. Castro joined the law firm of Morrison & Foerster, LLP as an associate in their intellectual property litigation department where he was a member of the Trademark and Entertainment Group. His experience there includes trademark filing and litigation, domain name disputes, copyright matters, patent litigation and government contracts. Mr. Castro also worked with the Secondary Debt Trading Group where he drafted par and distressed loan documentation.
Mr. Castro also served under D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty, to serve on the District of Columbia's Commission on Latino Community Development.
Mr. Castro received his J.D. from Howard University School of law and received his B.S. in accounting from The University of Maryland, College Park.
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