Libbie A. DiMarco

Libbie A. DiMarco

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  • University of Rochester, BS, Applied Mathematics, cum laude, Certificate in Management Studies in Finance/Accounting
  • Northeastern University School of Law, JD

Key Technologies

  • Data Storage Devices and Systems
  • Data Communication Systems
  • Mobile Devices
  • Chipsets
  • High-Speed Electrical Connectors
  • Medical Devices
  • Chemical Products & Processes

Practice Groups

Admitted to Practice

  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • US District Court, District of Massachusetts


  • Boston


Libbie DiMarco is an intellectual property litigator focusing her practice primarily on complex patent litigation in Federal District Court and before the US International Trade Commission (ITC).  Libbie’s experience covers all phases of litigation across a broad range of technologies, including  data storage devices and systems, mobile and other electronic devices, chipsets, high-speed electrical connectors, printer cartridges, medical devices, and chemical products and processes. Libbie also handles intellectual property enforcement proceedings before the US Customs and Border Protection. 

Libbie has more than a decade of litigation experience and has been recognized as a Massachusetts Rising Star by Super Lawyers and an Up & Coming Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Libbie clerked for the New Hampshire Supreme Court.


  • Chair of the AIPLA ITC Committee
  • ITC Trial Lawyer’s Association


  • Recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as one of their “Up & Coming Lawyers” in 2021
  • Named to the list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers


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