Diler is an intellectual property attorney with experience in both IP litigation and IP transactional matters.
On the litigation front, Diler has managed various aspects of copyright, trademark and patent litigations, including drafting objections to deposition designations, updating exhibit lists, researching whether specific witnesses can be compelled to testify based on their presence in witness lists, identifying whether claims presented to the jury can be limited, and compiling relevant case law and sources for filings. She also advises on the strength of potential infringement claims and assesses and compares concurrent trademark infringement claims filed against clients. Her IP work has included (i) contract formation, contract negotiations, statute of frauds, and equitable tolling in multiple jurisdictions in potential cases of infringement; (ii) FRCP Rule 12(b)(6) motions, as well as dismissals with leave to amend and dismissals with prejudice; and (iii) waiver, acquiescence, and statute of limitations for trademark infringement and Anticybersquatting Act claims.
Diler’s IP transactional work has involved conducting IP diligence reports for mergers and acquisition transactions and flagging and identifying potential issues in copyright, trademark, patent, privacy, cybersecurity and data security clauses. She provides feedback on the quality of diligence in agreements and reviews IP documents and writes reports detailing key clauses in each document, including those revealing ownership, change of control, sale of assets or assignments.
Diler believes in giving back to her community through pro bono work, which has included representing elderly clients in relation to Medicaid claims, and preparing and submitting immigration applications, including for asylum and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.