Kate Felice is an associate in our Commercial Litigation and Branding, Trademarks & Copyrights Practice Areas. Kate assists clients in protecting their intellectual property rights through trademark and copyright litigation, counseling, and prosecution. Her extensive research and writing background includes drafting appellate briefs and proposed court decisions and orders, as well as editing content and copy for Technology Innovation Law and Practice, published by LexisNexis. Kate also authored "Fashioning a Solution to Design Piracy: Considering Intellectual Property Law in the Global Context of Fast Fashion," published in the Syracuse University Journal of International Law and Commerce and featured by the University of Texas at Austin Law School Research Center as current literature in trademark, copyright, and patent law.
Kate is a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law, where she was a notes and comments editor for the Journal of International Law and Commerce, a research assistant to Professor Theodore Hagelin, and a Legal Communications and Research course assistant to Professor Aliza Milner. Since graduation, Kate served as a law clerk in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, and the Superior Court of New Jersey.
Prior to law school, Kate’s professional experience included buying and merchandising positions with the Bergdorf Goodman and Ann Taylor corporate offices, and creating and teaching a Fashion Communications course at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School.
- Colgate University, B.A., 1999
- Syracuse University College of Law, J.D., 2012
- New York, 2015
- "Fashioning a Solution to Design Piracy: Considering Intellectual Property Law in the Global Context of Fast Fashion," Syracuse University Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2011
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, Law Clerk
- Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, Attorney
- Superior Court of New Jersey Law Clerk to the Honorable Ralph L. DeLuccia, Jr., J.S.C.
- New York State Science & Technology Law Center, Research Assistant to Professor Theodore Hagelin