Elman has extensive experience litigating cases in courts across the country, and regularly serves as lead counsel on Florida-based intellectual property cases for global companies. He has sophisticated patent and IP litigation experience, representing leading companies in the technology, consumer electronics, gaming and media sectors. He also handles trade secret, trademark and copyright matters.
“Jeremy is a tremendous talent and will enhance our deep roster of IP and technology practitioners across the US and globally,” said John Allcock, global co-chair and US chair of DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice. “He is a highly respected and renowned patent litigator in South Florida and will be instrumental as we build our resources and strengthen our capabilities in a key venue.”
“South Florida has become one of the nation’s top 10 jurisdictions for patent litigation in the United States, and we look forward to having Jeremy play an influential role as the industry continues to grow in this region,” said Craig Rasile, managing partner of DLA Piper’s Miami office. “He brings a versatile practice that is the perfect complement to the firm’s global platform.”
Elman, who joins DLA Piper from McDermott Will & Emery LLP, has been widely recognized for his work, including being named among the Daily Business Review’s 2013 Rising Stars, a list that recognizes Florida’s 40 most promising lawyers under the age of 40. He also was the editor of the Federal Circuit edition of the American University Law Review and has been awarded the State Bar of California's Wiley W. Manuel Award and the Surfrider Foundation's Wavemaker Award for his pro bono work.
Elman earned a J.D. from American University-Washington College of Law and a B.A. from the University of Michigan.
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