About Us



  • Registered patent attorney since 1980
  • Admitted to Wisconsin Bar in 1980, Kentucky Bar in 1987
  • JD University of Virginia, 1980
  • BS Engineering Science w/ Highest Honors from University of Notre Dame 1977 (Engineering Science included the core courses from all the engineering disciplines.)
  • BA Russian Language w/ High Honors from University of Notre Dame 1976
  • Honors – Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Father Steiner Award for Engineering (ND Award to top three engineering students).

Work history:

Practiced exclusively intellectual property law since 1980; has written and prosecuted patent applications on a wide variety of inventions, including conveyors, electrical controls, goose calls, actuators, bottle caps, medical devices, and heat recovery steam generators. Has also done a considerable amount of licensing work and trademark work. Began practicing at Rexnord, Inc., in Milwaukee, then worked in the intellectual property section of Quarles & Brady in Milwaukee, and has been in Louisville since 1987.

Foreign Languages:

  • Russian
  • French
  • Spanish

Professional Associations:

  • Member American Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Member Federalist Society
  • Cincinnati Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Former secretary of Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association
  • Member and former Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of Louisville Bar Association
  • Former Secretary Louisville Women Lawyers Assn


  • Lectured at University of Louisville Law School on Patent Law
  • Lectured at University of Louisville Small Business Development on Patents and Trademarks, lectured on Patents at Louisville BarAssociation seminars

Other Information:

Grew up primarily in Glastonbury, Connecticut (near Hartford) and Alvin, Texas (near Houston). Was in the first freshman class of women at Notre Dame. Attended Notre Dame thanks to a full, 5-yr., merit-based scholarship from Pratt & Whitney Aircraft. First summer out of high school, interpreted for wife of the head of the Russian Space program, who had come to Houston with her husband for meetings regarding the Apollo-Soyuz mission; summers during college, worked at Monsanto, in Texas City, Texas in Acetic Acid Licensing Dept., and spent one summer studying Russian at Leningrad State University; summer during law school, clerked at Foley & Lardner in Milwaukee.

In her youth, she was a competitive swimmer and enjoyed playing the guitar — now, she is married, with two grown daughters. Formerly Secretary of the board of Summit Academy, a school for children with learning disabilities, and formerly Secretary of the Notre Dame Club of Kentucky.

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Guillermo E. Camoriano

  • Registered Patent Agent
  • B.S. Mechanical and Industrial Engineering University of Notre Dame 1977 with high honors
  • MBA University of Wisconsin Milwaukee


Tau Beta Pi

Foreign Languages:

Native Spanish speaker.

Work history:

Has worked extensively in international sales of engineered products, including water purification systems and systems involving mass and heat transfer, especially of viscous products, and equipment for liquid/solid separation, selling in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Received Exporter of the Year award from the governor of Kentucky in 1989. Has been working in the patent area with Camoriano and Associates since 1999.

Other Information:

Grew up in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Attended the American School in Tegucigalpa, where classes were taught in English. U.S. Citizen since 1983.


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