Amber N. Davis
Amber N. Davis is a Shareholder for the firm and provides representation in all areas of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and related litigation. Her experience in the field of intellectual property is due to her representation of clients with respect to the selection, availability for use, and the preparation and prosecution of trademarks with state agencies as well as the United States Patent and Trademark Office, including opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Her experience also includes the preparation of applications for registration for copyrights as well as preparation of various agreements including, but not limited to, licenses, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements. Regarding litigation, Mrs. Davis has represented clients in federal as well as state court in contested matters involving patent infringement, trademark infringement, copyright infringement, anti-cybersquatting, and theft of trade secrets.
Mrs. Davis also coaches the Trademarks Moot Court team for Barry University and has done so for the past three years. She also argued in front of the 11th Circuit in the case of Lifetime Homes, Inc. v. Walker Homes etc. al., 270 Fed. Appx. 811 (11th Cir. 2008) and co-presented on Design Patent Infringement and the case of Egyptian Goddess v. Swisa, 543 F.3d 665 (Fed. Cir. 2008) at a CLE for the Orange County Bar Association Intellectual Property Committee. Last, but not least, Mrs. Davis is an active member of the Young Lawyer's Section of the Orange County Bar Association and will be chairing the Relay for Life and Annual Golf Tournament Committees this upcoming year.
Prior to working for Beusse Wolter Sanks Mora & Maire, Mrs. Davis competed in the Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition on Trademarks in 2005 and 2006. In 2005 her team placed 2nd Place Overall and in 2006 her team placed 2nd Place Overall and received the 1st Place Best Oralists Award. Amber also attended the Franklin Pierce Intellectual Property Summer Institute, in the summer of 2005 in order to expand her knowledge in the area of intellectual property.
In law school, Mrs. Davis also worked as a Certified Legal Intern at the State Attorney's Office for the Ninth Judicial Circuit and as a Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Maura Smith of the Ninth Judicial Circuit. Amber was the Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board, an Associate Justice on her law school's Supreme Court, and an appointed student representative on the faculty's Strategic Planning Committee.
Areas of Practice:
The Florida Bar, Business Law, Trial lawyers and Entertainment and Sports Law Sections.
Orange County Bar Association - Young Lawyer's Section
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Inns of Court