Joseph Vescera is an associate in the Litigation group. At UCLA School of Law, he was a member of Order of the Coif and earned Masin Family Academic Excellence Gold Awards for Civil Procedure and Entertainment Law. Joseph also was staff editor for Volume 24 and submissions editor for Volume 25 of the UCLA Entertainment Law Review.
Joseph earned a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Public Affairs, summa cum laude, from University of California, Los Angeles.
RetailMeNot, Inc. v. Honey Science LLC. Served on the team representing defendant and counterclaim plaintiff Honey Science LLC in a multi-patent dispute against RetailMeNot related to browser extension and online coupon technology.
In re Certain Footwear Products (ITC). Represented Skechers in remand proceedings before the International Trade Commission regarding Converse’s claimed trade dress in the midsole design of its Chuck Taylor All Star sneakers. The Commission on remand found no section 337 violation by Skechers.
Representing on a pro bono basis members of a Salvadoran family seeking asylum in the United States. The representation involves litigation in various fora, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Immigration Court.
UCLA School of Law (J.D., 2019); Order of the Coif; Masin Family Academic Excellence Gold Awards for Civil Procedure and Entertainment Law; Staff editor for Volume 24 and submissions editor for Volume 25 of the UCLA Entertainment Law Review
University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., Political Science and minor, Public Affairs, 2016), summa cum laude