David Nigro's practice is concentrated in intellectual property law. He has experience advising clients in patent and trademark prosecutions, patent and trademark litigation, and transactions involving intellectual property. David has experience in a variety of industries and technologies including chemical processes and compositions, consumer and pet food production/packaging, composite materials, seed and plant biotechnology, renewable/sustainable technologies, ceramics, aerospace systems, electrical power generation and control, jet engines, nacelles, financial services and information technologies. Prior to attending law school, David worked as an application developer in the information technology field. As an undergraduate, David worked as a synthetic organic chemist.
Apart from his law practice, David is a statewide leader on issues relating to the education of children with sensory disabilities.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2007)
Order of the Coif
Dean's Award for Outstanding Performance
William H. Pedrick Scholar
Associate Editor, Jurimetrics: The Journal of Law, Science and Technology
Duke University (B.S., Biology and Public Policy, minor in Chemistry, 2001)
Arizona State Schools of the Deaf and the Blind, Board of Directors