Conference: Aug 20-23, Expo: Aug 21-22, 2007 • San Jose Convention Center • San Jose, CA    


Deborah A. Wilcox
Baker Hostetler

Deborah A. Wilcox is co-chair of Baker Hostetler's national Intellectual Property Litigation practice. Ms. Wilcox manages complex copyright, trademark and e-commerce litigation, from contractual software disputes to the ex parte seizures of infringing character and sports merchandise. Ms. Wilcox is also experienced in copyright, trademark and domain name selection, registration and licensing, both in the U.S. and internationally.

Ms. Wilcox regularly speaks at SES conferences and teaches continuing legal education courses to lawyers. She writes a monthly column on "Character Licensing" for The Licensing Journal and a bi-monthly article for Wisconsin Technology News called "IP Online."

Ms. Wilcox received her JD with distinction from the University of Wisconsin in 1987, and has served as an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University Law School, teaching Trademarks.

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