Roy Zemlicka has practiced business, licensing, data privacy and intellectual property law in Silicon Valley with startups, small-to-medium business, as well as assisting individual creators for the past nine years. He has served as counsel for a range of clients. Clients have included a wide range of businesses from video game developers, telecommunications providers, comics artists and writers, software-as-a-service providers, and non-profit organizations.
Prior to becoming an attorney Mr. Zemlicka worked in the technology industry as a user-interface designer and information architect and has a solid understanding of the speed and changing landscape of the legal, business, and technological issues that face companies working in the high tech and new media sector.
As well as extensive experience in working with business legal issues, from trademark filings, drafting privacy policies & terms of service, and licensing deals, Mr. Zemlicka also has a solid litigation background. He has been involved in several large intellectual property litigation matters including jury trials in the Federal Court system as well as re-examinations before the USPTO.
Mr. Zemlicka graduated magnum cum laude from Santa Clara University, School of Law as well as receiving the school's High Technology Law Certificate, and several academic awards. Currently Mr. Zemlicka also serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cartoon Art Museum located in San Francisco.