Maurine Jo Neiberg

Maurine Jo Neiberg is a lawyer in solo practice.  She concentrates her practice in computer law, copyright, trademark and other intellectual property matters. She is licensed to practice in Illinois, before the Northern District of Illinois and before the United States Patent and Trademark office as a member of the patent bar. A significant part of Ms. Neiberg's practice has been devoted to counseling clients on related to computer software and Internet-related issues.


She has represented clients in software development agreements, domain name disputes and has helped register client's copyright in software.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Ms. Neiberg worked as a software engineer, engaged in applied research in artificial intelligence and wrote software for corporate bond traders. She earned her J.D. from the University of Chicago, her Sc.M. from Brown University in Computer Science and her B.A. in Computer Science and History from Wellesley College. Ms. Neiberg’s publications include "Temporal Methods: Multi-dimensional Modeling of Sequential Circuits" published in Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, and Model-based Diagnostic Reasoning Using VHDL in Performance and Fault Modeling with VHDL, JM Schoen, Editor, Prentice Hall.