Darrell Mottley

Shareholder, Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.

Darrell G. Mottley practices in the Washington D.C. office of the Banner & Witcoff, Ltd. law firm.  Mr. Mottley is noted by C-Suite decision makers and in-house counsel as a strategic advisor and counselor who analyzes global intellectual property issues from legal and business perspectives to assess the overall impact to a company’s top, middle, and bottom lines.  Mr. Mottley advises on disruptive innovation and high-technology intellectual property matters in a wide variety of fields, such as cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, telecommunications, internet-related technology, medical devices, and electro-mechanical technologies.

Mr. Mottley has worked extensively with starts-ups, privately and publicly held companies as virtual in-house counsel and as lead counsel on a wide array of intellectual property issues.  Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Mottley was an engineer in private practice, in the federal government and a commissioned officer in the U.S. Air Force Reserves. Mr. Mottley is a Past President of the District of Columbia Bar in Washington D.C. Mr. Mottley chaired the DC Bar Global Legal Practice Task Force studying the impact of globalization on the legal profession.   Mr. Mottley is an Adjunct Faculty member of The George Washington University Law School and Howard University School of Law. Mr. Mottley has been named an IP Star in the United States and in the District of Columbia by Managing Intellectual Property in 2013-2019.  Mr. Mottley is listed in the World’s Leading Patent Professionals for 2017-2019.  Mr. Mottley holds a law degree, with honors, from The George Washington University; a Masters of Business Administration, and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science and Mechanics from Virginia Tech.

 

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