Emily Wasserman is a partner at Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP. Her practice focuses primarily on complex commercial litigation, intellectual property disputes, and counseling clients regarding their intellectual property rights. She frequently assists clients from a wide range of industries develop creative strategies and arguments for efficiently resolving disputes.
Ms. Wasserman maintains a robust pro bono practice and is active in the community. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for Silicon Flatirons, a center for students, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and professionals whose mission is to elevate the debate surrounding technology policy issues; support and enable entrepreneurship in the technology community; and inspire, prepare, and place students in these important areas. She previously participated in and served as a coach for the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s Impact Denver Program. She also served for several years on the Board of Directors for the Girls Athletic Leadership Schools of Denver, a tuition free, public, all-girls college preparatory middle and high school.
Ms. Wasserman was named among the “Ones to Watch” in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Law by Best Lawyers, an annual guide by publisher Woodward/White Inc. in 2022-2023 (and for Commercial Litigation in 2021). She is also a member of the 2021 General Counsel Mentor Program.
Prior to joining DGS, she was a law clerk to now Chief Justice Brian D. Boatright of the Colorado Supreme Court. Ms. Wasserman received her J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif and was the executive editor of the University of Colorado Law Review. During law school, she also interned for the U.S. Attorney’s Office and for then Chief Justice Michael L. Bender of the Colorado Supreme Court.
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