Libbie DiMarco manages complex IP litigation and advises clients across a broad range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, data storage devices, mobile and other electronic devices, medical devices, and chemical products and processes. Libbie has extensive trial experience in district courts throughout the country, at the International Trade Commission, and in front of the PTAB. Libbie also handles intellectual property enforcement proceedings before the ITC, as well as at the United States Customs and Border Protection. Libbie frequently presents and authors articles on ITC developments and best practices. 

After law school, Libbie clerked for the Honorable James Duggan of the New Hampshire Supreme Court until his retirement, 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 term.

  • Chair of the AIPLA ITC Committee
  • ITC Trial Lawyer’s Association

Libbie was recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of their “Up & Coming Lawyers” in 2021. Each year Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly celebrates honorees for excellence in pro bono, legal journalism, marketing, firm administration and paralegal work.

In addition, Libbie is named to the list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers.

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.

Articles

December 15, 2021

Commission Finds Violation and Affirms No Indefiniteness Where Previous IPR Declaration Undermined Respondents Indefiniteness Positions

August 11, 2020

Federal Circuit Rules that the Commission Cannot Adjudicate an Invalidity Challenge Raised by a Non-party in a Petition for Rescission

August 4, 2020

Cross-Roads of Patent Litigation and IPR Practice

March 23, 2020

On Trend: Reviewing Hot Topics at the International Trade Commission

February 12, 2020

Latest Developments and Emerging Trends at the ITC

February 4, 2020

Litigating Invalidity After IPR Resolution

November 5, 2019

Chief ALJ Bullock Grants Summary Determination That Domestic Industry Investments are Not Significant or Substantial

September 26, 2019

Unpacking The Latest ITC Trends: Part 2

September 26, 2019

Unpacking The Latest ITC Trends: Part 1

June 5, 2019

ALJ McNamara Finds Violation by Apple in Second Qualcomm Investigation & Recommends Remedy Despite Public Interest Arguments

April 10, 2019

Commission Agrees with ALJ Pender that Complainant Waived Indirect Infringement Arguments and that Respondents Waived Obviousness Theories

Blogs

May 24, 2019

PTAB Panel Denies IPR Institution Under § 314(a) in View of Parallel District Court Litigation

February 22, 2019

Lack of Redundancy May Not Be Enough to Justify Follow-On Petitions for IPR



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.
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Libbie DiMarco manages complex IP litigation and advises clients across a broad range of technologies, including computer hardware and software, data storage devices, mobile and other electronic devices, medical devices, and chemical products and processes. Libbie has extensive trial experience in district courts throughout the country, at the International Trade Commission, and in front of the PTAB. Libbie also handles intellectual property enforcement proceedings before the ITC, as well as at the United States Customs and Border Protection. Libbie frequently presents and authors articles on ITC developments and best practices. 

After law school, Libbie clerked for the Honorable James Duggan of the New Hampshire Supreme Court until his retirement, 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 term.

  • Chair of the AIPLA ITC Committee
  • ITC Trial Lawyer’s Association

Libbie was recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of their “Up & Coming Lawyers” in 2021. Each year Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly celebrates honorees for excellence in pro bono, legal journalism, marketing, firm administration and paralegal work.

In addition, Libbie is named to the list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers.

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.

Articles

December 15, 2021

Commission Finds Violation and Affirms No Indefiniteness Where Previous IPR Declaration Undermined Respondents Indefiniteness Positions

August 11, 2020

Federal Circuit Rules that the Commission Cannot Adjudicate an Invalidity Challenge Raised by a Non-party in a Petition for Rescission

August 4, 2020

Cross-Roads of Patent Litigation and IPR Practice

March 23, 2020

On Trend: Reviewing Hot Topics at the International Trade Commission

February 12, 2020

Latest Developments and Emerging Trends at the ITC

February 4, 2020

Litigating Invalidity After IPR Resolution

November 5, 2019

Chief ALJ Bullock Grants Summary Determination That Domestic Industry Investments are Not Significant or Substantial

September 26, 2019

Unpacking The Latest ITC Trends: Part 2

September 26, 2019

Unpacking The Latest ITC Trends: Part 1

June 5, 2019

ALJ McNamara Finds Violation by Apple in Second Qualcomm Investigation & Recommends Remedy Despite Public Interest Arguments

April 10, 2019

Commission Agrees with ALJ Pender that Complainant Waived Indirect Infringement Arguments and that Respondents Waived Obviousness Theories

Blogs

May 24, 2019

PTAB Panel Denies IPR Institution Under § 314(a) in View of Parallel District Court Litigation

February 22, 2019

Lack of Redundancy May Not Be Enough to Justify Follow-On Petitions for IPR