INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Craig L. Mytelka
- November 29, 2010
Craig L. Mytelka
Title: Vice president and chair of Intellectual Property & Technology Practice
Birthplace: Somerville, N.J.
Education: Bachelor’s degree, Clark University; law degree, University of Richmond School of Law
Current professional activities: Serves on numerous boards and in community activities
Children: Bryan, 20; Heather, 18; Kyle, 16; Devon, 12
Pets: Dog named Stella
Hobbies: Offshore power boating, motorcycling and snow skiing
Fan of: New York Giants
Favorite vacation spot: Key West, Fla.
Recently read: Reread “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ... and Others Don’t” by Jim Collins
Career mentor: “I have had many.”
Please describe some of the intellectual property issues that your practice handles.
“Williams Mullen is a full-service intellectual property practice. My individual practice concentration is in licensing and litigation. Software, false advertising, theft of trade secrets and infringement litigation are the largest areas of focus.”
Is intellectual property law keeping pace with changes in technology?
“I believe so. There is enough flexibility in the law to account for evolving as well as new areas of technology.”