Victoria E. Ellis is an associate in the firm’s Orange County office. She is a member of the firm’s trademark practice group and her practice includes trademark prosecution and enforcement, unfair competition, licensing, and copyright.
Victoria received her law degree from Washington University School of Law. During her time at Washington University, she participated as a student attorney in the Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property Clinic, where she assisted people with their intellectual property needs on a pro bono basis. Prior to law school, Victoria received a bachelor degree from UCLA.
Victoria worked as a summer associate at the firm in 2017 and joined the firm in 2018.
Co-Authored, U.S. Supreme Court Holds IPR Time Bar Determinations Are Not Appealable (April, 2020)
Co-Authored, IPRs of Pre-AIA Patents Are Not Unconstitutional Takings, Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (July, 2019)
Beyoncé vs. Feyoncé: Am I Totally Diluted, or Should I Put a Ring on It?
Divide and Conquer: How Louis Vuitton's Brand Protection Strategy Might Increase the Opportunities for Brand Owners to Combat Infringement
Federal Circuit Appeal Dismissed Where Party Appealing PTAB Decision Lacked Article III Standing
A Joint Crackdown from the FTC and FDA on Medical Treatment Claims from CBD Companies
Stirring the Pot: Recent Trademark Infringement Claims from Major Brands In the Cannabis Field