Michael D. Scott
2420 Sand Hill Road #203
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Massachusetts Inst. of Technology Computation Center (1965-1967); NASA-Electronics Research lab (1967-1969), Computer Science Corp. (1969-1970); Systems Consultant & Software Systems Designer, Univac-Federal Systems Division (1970-1971); Partner, Smaltz & Neeley (1974-1981); Partner, Law Offices of Michael D. Scott (1981-1985 and 1988- 1989); Senior Partner, Scott & Roxborough (1985-1988); Partner, Graham & James (1989-1993); General Counsel, Sanctuary Woods Multimedia Corp. (1993-1995); Principal, Scott Technology Law Offices (1995-1996); Partner, Hosie, Wes, Sacks & Brelsford (1996- )
State Bar of California (Committee on Computers and Law, Executive Committee, Economics of Law Practice Section, Section on Patent, Trademark and Copyright Section, Special Consultant on computer procurement to State bar Board of Governors, Section on International Law); Center for Computer/Law (Executive Director 1977- ); IBA (Vice Chairman, Section on Business Law, Committee on Computer, Electronic Technology and Data Flow); Asian Pacific Lawyers Assoc. (Founding Member); Computer Law Assoc.; Planning Committee, Annual U.S.C. Computer law Institute (Charter Member 1980- ); Member, Licensing Executive Society
AAA; Center for International Commercial Arbitration (L.A.)
Sole arbitrator, or member of panel, 10 cases under rules of AAA, re: computer and high technology matters, including breach of contract, copyright and patent infringement, venture capital agreements (1984- 1987)
Co-author, The Year 2000 Computer Crisis: Law, Business, Technology (1998); Scott on Computer Law Reading List (1980, 1982); Electronic Game Pirates: The Scramble for Viable Protection (1981); Computer Law Bibliography (co-author) (1979); Editor-in-chief and publisher, Computer/Law Journal (1977- ); Software Law Journal (1985- ); Software Protection (1982- ); International Computer Law Advisor (1981- ); Trade Secret Law Reporter (1985-1987); Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Computer Law & Practice; Correspondent, Computer Law & Security Report.