Libbie DiMarco counsels clients in the areas of patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright litigation. She has significant patent litigation experience in a variety of technologies, including software data protection systems, pre-paid and stored value card processing, and pharmaceutical compositions. She has taken depositions, drafted infringement charts and claim construction briefing, and has experience analyzing invalidity positions and assessing prior art references. In addition to litigation, Libbie handles due diligence and clearance studies. She is also a member of the Post Grant Proceedings practice group and has assisted with the drafting and filing of petitions for inter partes review.
After graduating from law school, Libbie clerked for the Honorable James Duggan of the New Hampshire Supreme Court until his retirement in January 2012, and served under Chief Justice Linda Dalianis, Senior Associate Justice Gary Hicks, and Associate Justices Carol Ann Conboy and Robert J. Lynn on a rotating basis for the remainder of her clerkship.
During law school, Libbie interned with Wolf Greenfield. Her other co-op internships include Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP, a judicial internship at the Middlesex Juvenile Court for the Honorable Jay D. Blitzman, and an internship with the legal department of The MathWorks, a software company. She also served as a teaching assistant in Contracts, Civil Procedure, and Criminal Justice.
Libbie received the President’s Volunteer Service Award in recognition of a significant commitment to volunteer work. In law school, she received the three-year Social Justice Scholarship for demonstrating a deep commitment to social justice.
Libbie co-authored a paper entitled "Finite Skew-Mixture Models for Estimation of Positive False Discovery Rates", published in the January 2013 issue of Statistical Methodology.