|Boalt Hall (U.C. Berkeley), JD||1990|
Denise is an appellate, intellectual property, and technology lawyer, a blogger and columnist, and a podcast host.
Denise’s focus is intellectual property issues, technology, media, and all forms of online communication. She examines and assists clients with the legal considerations surrounding all forms of online publishing, syndication, and communication, digital copyright, digital rights management, Internet jurisdiction, the nuances of Creative Commons and other generalized licensing strategies, and IP issues related to mergers, acquisitions, and employment transitions.
Denise writes one of the first law-related weblogs, Bag and Baggage, and blogs for CBS Interactive at ZDNet’s Lawgarithms. She hosts this WEEK in LAW on TWiT, probing the areas where technology and society intersect in ways that present new, unique, or difficult issues under existing and developing law, and has a further audio series at IT Conversations, Sound Policy. She is a regular columnist for The American Lawyer magazine. Denise is a member of the Identity Gang, Project VRM, a board member of the Attention Trust, and an advisory board member of Lisensa/Top Ten Media, the Law and Policy Institutions Guide, and bTrendie.com. She is a past President and Board member of Commercial Real Estate Women of Orange County, and a member of the Council of Appellate Lawyers, as well as the American, Orange County (Appellate Section) and Los Angeles County (Appellate Courts Committee) bar associations.