- University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Executive Editor, California Law Review
- University of California at Los Angeles
B.A., History/Political Science, 2007
Magna cum laude
- American Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Women Intellectual Property Lawyers Association
- U.S. District Court, Central District of California
Dinah Ortiz is an intellectual property litigator with substantial experience representing technology companies in patent, copyright, and trade secret matters. Dinah helps clients protect their intellectual property involving a range of technologies, including computer hardware and software.
Dinah also leverages a strong track record in commercial litigation cases involving business tort, breach of contract, and fraud claims.
Her experience encompasses disputes in both federal and state courts, as well as in arbitration.
- Defended award-winning digital signage software company in a patent and copyright case dealing with digital wayfinding technology—in particular, systems and methods for programming and displaying directions for navigating between two map locations (D. Colo.)
- Defended global provider of voice and data recording solutions in a case involving patent that included features such as preventing unauthorized access to the recording; automated identification of sensitive information; and starting and stopping the recording to avoid recording sensitive information (S.D.N.Y.).
- Represented plaintiff in asserting patent claims against a medical device company involving devices for endoscopic vein harvesting (N.D. Cal.)
- Defended Chinese manufacturer of unmanned aerial technology against patent infringement claims involving features of drones, in particular a system for controlling the drone using target tracking and a platform for interchangeably mounting the drone (C.D. Cal.)
- Defended a US-based multinational software corporation in an infringement case involving patents directed to methods and systems for automated pricing of the components used in a construction plan created with an architectural design tool, like CAD programs (E.D. Tex.)
- Defended a US-based multinational software corporation in a patent case involving memory and storage technology (E.D. Tex.)
- Defended a wind energy company in a case alleging criminal trade secret misappropriation of source code for wind turbines (E.D. Wis.)
- Represented plaintiff, an automotive brake manufacturer, in a case alleging copyright and trade secret misappropriation involving technology related to CAD drawings for brake components (N.D. Ill.)