Dominique Shelton is a partner in the Intellectual Property department of Edwards Wildman's Los Angeles office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation with a particular concentration in the areas of unfair competition, intellectual property, antitrust and privacy. Dominique has represented Fortune 500 companies, start up ventures, and privately held companies in litigation involving advertising, technology, entertainment and software industries. Her representative clients include original equipment manufacturers, television and film studios, cable channels, technology companies, semiconductor distributors, and major arts institutions in Los Angeles. Dominique has a broad range of experience in technology and intellectual property issues particularly in the areas of digital distribution and new media. She advises advertisers, product manufacturers, and cable studios regarding privacy, regulatory issues arising from Web 2.0 marketing, behavioral advertising, social networking websites, user-generated content, and digital advertising.
Besides Edwards Wildman
Dominique has mentored students through the Urban League's Black Executive Exchange Program, and through her involvement in bar associations. Since 2003, she has been a member of the Museum of Contemporary Art's ("MOCA") Drawings Committee, which advises and oversees MOCA's acquisitions and collections management. Prior to joining the Drawings Committee, Dominique served as a member of the MOCA Contemporaries Board from 1998 to 2003.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
Notes Editor, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics
Brown University, B.A., French Civilization and International Relations