Marta Vanegas is an attorney experienced in the fields of civil law, business and corporate law, labor/employment law, intellectual property, and state and local government law.
She also worked as a paralegal specializing in intellectual property law at the law firms Cooley Godward Kronish LLP, San Francisco and Townsend & Townsend & Crew LLP, San Francisco.
Marta graduated from the University of California, Davis School of Law, where she served as Senior Symposium Editor of the Law Review, and as Senior Articles Editor of the Business Law Journal.
Her Law Review note, entitled “You Infringed My Patent, Now Wait Until I Sue You: The Federal Circuit’s Decision in Avocent Huntsville Corp. v. Aten International Co.,” received the 2011 Patrick J. Hopkins Memorial Writing Award from the UC Davis Law Review.
As Senior Symposium Editor of the Law Reveiw, she contributed to the success of the Law Review’s 2011 Symposium, entitled “The Public Trust Doctrine: 30 years later.”
Marta also earned an LL.M., with distinction, in International Business Law from Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and a J.D., summa cum laude, from the ELTE University of Budapest.