• George Mason University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, IP Track, Managing Student Editor of the Fed. Cir. Bar Journal 2002-2003 Writing Fellowship 2002-2003
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Honors, (B.S. Computer Science, B.A. Government & Politics)

Bar Admissions

  • Virginia
  • New Jersey
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

Languages Spoken

  • Russian
Who We Are

Natalya Dvorson

Ms. Dvorson is an attorney specializing in the firm’s Software and Electrical practice groups including ‎Internet and e-Commerce. Ms. Dvorson practices in all areas of patent law with emphasis on ‎preparing US and International patent applications, drafting legal opinions related to infringement, ‎validity, and freedom to operate, and counseling clients on all aspects of intellectual property matters ‎including managing international patent portfolios and technology transfers.‎

Ms. Dvorson has counseled a variety of clients ranging from large domestic and foreign corporations to ‎small independent inventors. Ms. Dvorson has expertise in dealing with foreign clients understanding ‎special considerations and legal and cultural differences that may be involved in conforming foreign ‎applications to US practices. Ms. Dvorson is fluent in Russian. ‎

Ms. Dvorson has experience in a wide array of computer, electric, and software-oriented technologies, ‎including, but not limited to: artificial intelligent (AI) related technologies, web based applications including document management systems, ‎digital multimedia related applications including TV-related applications, distributed networking, home network and smart house related techniques, ‎business methods, telecommunications, navigation systems, various aspects of memory management ‎including database management, RAID arrays, compression algorithms, and encryption/decryption ‎techniques, medical diagnosis and imaging, various applications of neural network algorithms, search engines, voice and image recognition techniques, and security related applications. Ms. Dvorson’s practice further includes counseling clients in technologies such as digital ‎circuitry, display devices, printers/copiers, automotive components, control systems including systems ‎used in production facilities, and controlled robotics. Prior to pursuing her legal career, Ms. Dvorson worked with Visual Basic, ‎C, C++, SQL, Pascal, Perl, and Smalltalk with limited exposure to Verilog. ‎