Dorothy Gill Raymond provides legal advice on intellectual property licensing, antitrust and business arrangements among companies.
She retired from Cable Television Laboratories, Inc. in 2007. She was Senior Vice President and General Counsel from 1991 to 2007. While at CableLabs, Dorothy developed royalty-free IP license pools for the cable industry’s cable modem and VoIP technologies, created the sub-licensing programs for the use of RSA security software and Java in cable modems, developed procedures for certifying interoperable high speed data modems and advanced digital set-top boxes, and implemented an antitrust compliance program allowing CableLabs to work successfully with cable operators and competing manufacturers, without legal challenge.
Mrs. Raymond has spoken nationally on topics relating to antitrust and technology-related legal matters. She is a Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association Antitrust Section Compliance and Ethics Committee.
Previously, she served as an advisor for the Entrepreneurial Law Program at the Univ. of Colorado School of Law and an Adjunct Professor for the University of Colorado School of Law, lecturing on Intellectual Property Law.
When not practicing law, Mrs. Raymond is an artist who focuses on textiles, primarily making art quilts. She serves on the Board as Vice-President, Development for Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc., the international organization dedicated to the art quilt and the artists who create them.
This website is not intended to constitute legal advice or the provision of legal services. By posting and/or maintaining this website and its contents, Dorothy Raymond does not intend to solicit legal business from clients located in states or jurisdictions where she is not licensed or authorized to practice law. Material presented on this website is intended for informational purposes only.