Marc S. Friedman
Partner, Dentons US LLP; New York City
Marc Friedman is a partner in Denton's Intellectual Property and Technology, and Litigation and Dispute Resolution practices. He is an acclaimed trial and appellate lawyer with more than 35 years of experience representing technology and other companies in intellectual property, technology and other business disputes. Mr. Friedman has extensive experience in patent, electronic commerce, copyright, trademark, Lanham Act and trade secret matters, and matters involving employees such as disputes involving restrictive covenants and nondisclosure agreements. Having won the landmark case Chatlos Systems v. National Cash Register Corp., Mr. Friedman is a known pioneer in information technology law.
A well-known authority on the subject matter of intellectual property and information technology law, Mr. Friedman has published more than 100 articles and is the author of A Vendor's Guide to Computer Contracting, a widely read treatise. He frequently lectures throughout North America, South America, Europe and Australia, and at several US law schools. He is a former president of the International Technology Law Association. Mr. Friedman is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business. He was also named by New York Super Lawyers-Metro Edition and New Jersey Super Lawyers as being among the top 5 percent of lawyers in the state. Mr. Friedman is also included in the International Who's Who of Internet, e-Commerce & Data Protection Lawyers. He is on the panel of arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association.