The Innovation Firm

Wendy J. Demoracski

Practice Areas

Technologies

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., summa cum laude
  • College of the Holy Cross, B.A. in Mathematics Concentration in Computer Science

Wendy J. Demoracski

Wendy J. Demoracski Attorney

Wendy J. Demoracski

Associate
Concord office
978.341.0036

Wendy’s practice focuses on patent prosecution with a general emphasis on computer software, computer systems, applied mathematics and computer hardware.  Wendy also has experience in IP litigation, IP due diligence and conducting research on IP law related issues.  Wendy has worked with patent applicants from individual inventors to emerging startup companies and international corporations. 

Wendy has drafted and prosecuted patents in various technologies including: computer-aided design and manufacturing, process control for petrochemical plants, 3D modeling, cyber security, automated speech recognition and natural language processing, big data processing, blockchain applications and protocols, publishing applications, search engines, customer relationship management, network infrastructure including network protocols and equipment, trusted computing and encryption, telecommunications, mobile applications, sensor/controller systems, robotics, memory and storage devices, databases, operating systems, and medical devices.

An area of focus for Wendy has been computer-aided design that includes working for a large international CAD/CAM company which provides solutions for modeling and simulating industrial products, processes, and facilities.  Wendy has prosecuted patent applications that apply principles of mathematics and geometry to improve memory allocation, data processing and structuring, and graphical rendering of models and simulations.  Wendy has also prosecuted patent applications to protect input devices and visual effects that improve the generation and use of the models and simulations.   In the blockchain field, Wendy’s recent experience includes working with emerging companies and individual inventors that implement blockchain technology to provide crypto-currency solutions in the areas of cyber security, social networking, financial transactions and healthcare.

Wendy is a summa cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School where she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board and a Notes Editor for the Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy.  She was also the recipient of several awards including the Academic Leadership Scholarship, Judge Harry Kalus Book Award, Jurisprudence Awards in Civil Procedure, Corporations, and Fiduciary Relations, and the Best Brief Award in Legal Practice Skills.  During law school, Wendy also interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office for the Charlestown District Court. 

Her experience includes over 13 years of software engineering experience in various industries including computer networking, network security, telecommunications, defense and image processing.  Wendy has experience in developing various types of software including drivers, operating systems, embedded applications, databases and user interfaces.  She has developed software in numerous programming languages, including C, C++, Java, Ada, XML, Javascript and PERL.  Wendy has previously held software engineer positions at Raytheon, General Dynamics, Nortel Networks, Giesecke & Devrient Engineering and startups Tenor Networks and Open Service.  She has worked on designing and developing routing/switching protocols and equipment, telephony equipment, cyber security applications, missile guidance systems, missile defense radar equipment, and currency inspection systems.

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Massachusetts
Biography

Wendy’s practice focuses on patent prosecution with a general emphasis on computer software, computer systems, applied mathematics and computer hardware.  Wendy also has experience in IP litigation, IP due diligence and conducting research on IP law related issues.  Wendy has worked with patent applicants from individual inventors to emerging startup companies and international corporations. 

Wendy has drafted and prosecuted patents in various technologies including: computer-aided design and manufacturing, process control for petrochemical plants, 3D modeling, cyber security, automated speech recognition and natural language processing, big data processing, blockchain applications and protocols, publishing applications, search engines, customer relationship management, network infrastructure including network protocols and equipment, trusted computing and encryption, telecommunications, mobile applications, sensor/controller systems, robotics, memory and storage devices, databases, operating systems, and medical devices.

An area of focus for Wendy has been computer-aided design that includes working for a large international CAD/CAM company which provides solutions for modeling and simulating industrial products, processes, and facilities.  Wendy has prosecuted patent applications that apply principles of mathematics and geometry to improve memory allocation, data processing and structuring, and graphical rendering of models and simulations.  Wendy has also prosecuted patent applications to protect input devices and visual effects that improve the generation and use of the models and simulations.   In the blockchain field, Wendy’s recent experience includes working with emerging companies and individual inventors that implement blockchain technology to provide crypto-currency solutions in the areas of cyber security, social networking, financial transactions and healthcare.

Wendy is a summa cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School where she was a member of the Moot Court Honor Board and a Notes Editor for the Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy.  She was also the recipient of several awards including the Academic Leadership Scholarship, Judge Harry Kalus Book Award, Jurisprudence Awards in Civil Procedure, Corporations, and Fiduciary Relations, and the Best Brief Award in Legal Practice Skills.  During law school, Wendy also interned at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office for the Charlestown District Court. 

Her experience includes over 13 years of software engineering experience in various industries including computer networking, network security, telecommunications, defense and image processing.  Wendy has experience in developing various types of software including drivers, operating systems, embedded applications, databases and user interfaces.  She has developed software in numerous programming languages, including C, C++, Java, Ada, XML, Javascript and PERL.  Wendy has previously held software engineer positions at Raytheon, General Dynamics, Nortel Networks, Giesecke & Devrient Engineering and startups Tenor Networks and Open Service.  She has worked on designing and developing routing/switching protocols and equipment, telephony equipment, cyber security applications, missile guidance systems, missile defense radar equipment, and currency inspection systems.

Education
  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., summa cum laude
  • College of the Holy Cross, B.A. in Mathematics Concentration in Computer Science
Bar Admissions
  • U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Massachusetts

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