Marie A. D'Amico, Esq.


Harvard Law School, cum laude, J.D. 1986
Co-Founder & Managing Editor, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology
Staff, Journal on Legislation

University of Pennsylvania, summa cum laude, 1982
B.S.E. in computer science and engineering, 3.93 GPA
A. Atwater Kent Prize for electrical engineering,
Hugo Otto Wolf Prize for computer engineering,
E. Stuart Eichert Prize for outstanding junior engineer,
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Dean's List (1978-1982)


Sole Practitioner, San Carlos, CA Jan. '93 - present.

Corporate work primarily intellectual property, including licensing (software, hardware, music, and multimedia), consulting, employment, nondisclosure, manufacturing, and book publishing agreements; copyright and trademark registrations. Speaker on multimedia issues. Contributing editor for Digital Media, InterActivity, and NetGuide magazines and contributor to HomePC, MacWEEK, and MacWorld magazines.

Brown & Bain, Palo Alto, CA Sept. '88 - Dec. '92.

Litigation: copyright and patent infringement - extensive involvement on Apple v. Microsoft & Hewlett-Packard and Xerox adv. Apple: copyright infringement litigation concerning graphical user interfaces and Coyle v. Sega: patent infringement litigation concerning video games. Corporate: securities and corporate filings; licensing, consulting, nondisclosure, and employment agreements; copyright and trademark registrations. Extensive recruiting experience.

O'Sullivan Graev & Karabell, New York, NY Sept. '86 - June '88.

Corporate: mergers and acquisitions, securities and corporate filings; licensing, consulting, and employment agreements. Litigation: copyright infringement and securities litigation - extensive involvement on Lotus Development Corp. v. Paperback Software - copyright infringement litigation concerning Lotus 1-2-3.

Summer Associate Positions: Fish & Neave; Irell & Manella; Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen. Offers extended from all firms.

Engineering Positions: IBM, RCA Advanced Technology Labs (computer graphics engineer for summers in college and year before law school).


Admitted to the State Bars of California, New Jersey, and New York.
Admitted to the Federal Courts of California, Massachusetts, and New York.

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