Michelle Rosenberg is an intellectual property attorney with extensive experience developing sophisticated IP portfolios, managing patent litigations, resolving IP-related disputes, and drafting and negotiating complex license agreements. Most recently, Michelle served as Division Counsel to Analog Devices, Inc., where she was responsible for all issues facing the DSP and Micromachined Products divisions and for evaluating and responding to numerous threats to all areas of the company regarding intellectual property infringement. Prior to Analog Devices, Michelle was intellectual property counsel to RSA Security Inc. (now RSA, the Security Division of EMC), a leading provider of network security and data encryption products. At RSA, Michelle was responsible for developing strategy for and managing the company’s worldwide patent and trademark portfolios, including conducting patent committee meetings and collaborating with management and engineering. Michelle helped develop strategy for and managed the day-to-day activities of outside counsel in the successful defense and resolution of five patent infringement lawsuits in the United States, one of which continued through jury trial and appeal. She also performed intellectual property due diligence for five acquisitions and assisted with the acquisition of RSA Security by EMC Corporation. Michelle began her legal career in private practice, first as an intellectual property associate at Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP and then at Nutter, McClennen & Fish, LLP, focusing her practice on drafting and prosecuting domestic and foreign patent applications. Michelle received her BS in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, graduating with high distinction and her JD from Boston College Law School, graduating magna cum laude. Michelle is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.