Diana is a registered patent attorney and licensed to practice law in Florida. Diana helps domestic and international clients obtain patent and trademark protection. Diana enjoys working with startups and small businesses to build, enforce, and leverage a healthy intellectual property portfolio. Diana has represented clients before various federal courts, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and the UDRP FORUM. Representative technologies include medicinal and chemical compositions, medical diagnostics and devices, renewable energy systems, hydraulic pumps, horticulture and agriculture systems, videography and augmented reality systems, children’s toys, construction tools and holsters, anti-theft and personal security systems, wearable technology fashion, arts and crafts tools, athletic gear, and household consumer products. Diana is a New Yorker by birth, Floridian by location, and Texan at heart. Prior to law school, Diana spent three years working as a certified graduate-level writing consultant and editor of a bi-monthly publication. In law school, Diana performed scholarly legal research on the convergence of sprawl, waterworks, and public health and on the problems with the EPA and the FDA in regulating Triclosan and what the future holds for human and environmental health. While at the University of Florida, Diana worked as a research assistant in an immunology laboratory and in a nuclear magnetic resonance laboratory where she researched the relative in vitro stimulatory effect of mutant and wild-type isolated lipoteichoic acid and comparative metabolic profiling with the use of carbon 13 and proton NMR probes. Diana’s undergraduate honors thesis research was on sediment toxicity, invasive species eradication methods, stream flow hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, historical watershed mapping with geographic information systems, and water quality analyses based on biogeochemical parameters.