Macris, Aaron

Aaron Macris

With a background in computer science, Aaron Macris provides superior legal representation for technology companies in matters relating to patent, copyright, trademark, trade dress, Hatch-Waxman litigation and intellectual property appeals. His experience also positions him to successfully help with the challenge of protecting and enforcing clients' intellectual property in several jurisdictions.

While attending law school, Mr. Macris served as a teaching assistant to Professor Robert Scott and as a research assistant to Professor Kathryn Judge. He was also an essays and reviews editor for the Columbia Law Review

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