Marko R. Zoretic is a partner in our Orange County office. He has handled cases involving patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition and breach of contract matters. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of technology areas, including consumer electronic devices, computer hardware and software systems, engines, irrigation, personal navigation devices, medical devices and industrial devices.
He is currently the President of the Association of Croatian American Professionals and Past President and founder of the Canadian American Bar Association and Croatian American Bar Association.
Mr. Zoretic joined the firm in 2003 and became partner in 2010.
In a survey of his peers published in Super Lawyers magazine, Mr. Zoretic was named as one of Southern California's "Rising Stars" in intellectual property law (2014).
Author, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog
Co-author, “An Overview of U.S. Patent Litigation for Canadians,” 28 Canadian Intellectual Property Review 1, 2012
“The U.S. Patent Litigation Process,” IP Osgoode (December 2010)
“Parent/Subsidiary Liability Issues in Patent Litigation,” ABA Intellectual Property Litigation, Vol. 21, No. 2 (Winter 2010)
"A Prescription for Change?" Los Angeles Daily Journal, Vol. 122 No. 65, p. 7 (April 8, 2009)
“The Use of Electronic Signatures in Electronic Commerce Transactions and Thoughts on the UNCITRAL Model Law In Relation to Electronic Signatures,” Ontario Bar Association Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Section Newsletter, Volume 3, No.1 (December 2001)
Co-author, “Intellectual Property Protection Strategies for Successful Business in the US and Canada,” Knobbe Martens Publication (March 2020)