Diana Rutowski's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, with experience in patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and commercial contract litigation.
Ms. Rutowski also focuses on U.S. and international trademark and copyright counseling and prosecution, advising clients on branding strategies and representing clients in proceedings before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board. Ms. Rutowski’s clients are from a wide variety of industries including Internet services, biotechnology, clean energy, retail services, software, computer hardware, food and beverage products, and medical devices.
Ms. Rutowski is a member of the International Trademark Association where she serves on the Association's Emerging Issues Committee, Development of Rights Subcommittee, and Fictional Trademarks Group. She is also a member of ChIPs: Advancing Women in IP and the Harvard Club of San Francisco.
Ms. Rutowski has had the privilege of serving the City and County of San Francisco as an Assistant District Attorney in 2011. In this capacity, Ms. Rutowski has substantial first chair trial experience and motion practice experience.
Ms. Rutowski's notable civil representations include the following.
Ms. Rutowski began her career at the firm as a summer associate in 2003. Before joining the firm, Ms. Rutowski worked for the Legal Aid of Cambodia in the summer of 2002.
Please do not include any confidential, secret or otherwise sensitive information concerning any potential or actual legal matter in this e-mail message. Unsolicited e-mails do not create an attorney-client relationship and confidential or secret information included in such e-mails cannot be protected from disclosure. Orrick does not have a duty or a legal obligation to keep confidential any information that you provide to us. Also, please note that our attorneys do not seek to practice law in any jurisdiction in which they are not properly authorized to do so.
By clicking "OK" below, you understand and agree that Orrick will have no duty to keep confidential any information you provide.