With a technical mind and a keen eye for ensuring her clients’ intellectual property rights are protected, Dorothy Park advises and assists clients regarding copyrights, trademarks, IP licensing and related transactions. She looks to develop close working relationships with clients as they develop strategies for their innovations and products.
Dorothy’s research skills pair well with her knowledge of the technical arts. She also has a solid grasp of e-commerce, data security and privacy and tax issues as they pertain to copyrighted and trademarked works, particularly within the digital music arena.
Before turning to private practice, Dorothy spent a year with the U.S. Copyright Office in Washington, D.C., as a copyright registration specialist. In that role, she examined and analyzed copyright applications and deposits for original works of authorship and provided informational updates regarding copyright claims and principles for federal registration purposes.
Dorothy gained experience during law school as a research assistant, focusing on e-commerce statutes, regulations, policies, and case law pertaining to copyright works; as a judicial extern to the Honorable John M.T. Chavis II of the Marion Superior Court; and as a law clerk with an Indianapolis firm and a firm in Vienna, Virginia.
Professional and Community Involvement
Volunteer, Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic
Former student member, International Trademark Association (INTA)
Former chair, Indianapolis Bar Association Law Student Division