Lott & Fischer is an intellectual property law firm in Coral Gables, Florida. The firm concentrates its practice exclusively in intellectual property law, including U.S. and international patent, trademark, copyright, unfair competition, Internet, and entertainment law and related litigation.
Nicholas CamilloLott & Fischer, PL
255 Aragon Avenue,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Nicholas Camillo is an associate attorney at Lott & Fischer. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a minor in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida. He earned his Juris Doctor, with a certificate in Intellectual Property Law, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
While in law school, Mr. Camillo was President of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association, and served as a University of Florida Governor for the Law Students Division of the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division. He was a Teaching Assistant for his law school’s Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy courses, and was an executive board member for the University of Florida’s Journal of Technology Law and Policy. Mr. Camillo was also a semi-finalist (Final Four) in the 2014 Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition.
Prior to joining Lott & Fischer, Mr. Camillo was an associate attorney at a patent prosecution law firm in Gainesville, Florida, where he gained experience prosecuting electrical patents. He was a Patent Fellow at the University of Florida Office of Technology Licensing. Additionally, Mr. Camillo has performed comprehensive research on trade secret law and cyber security law as a research assistant to a distinguished University of Florida intellectual property law professor.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 2016
University of Central Florida, B.A., 2013.
State of Florida, 2016
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
“Bowers v. Baystate Technologies: The Unfair Use Doctrine of Reverse Engineering,” 20 J. Tech. L. & Pol’y 155 (2015)
“Functional Claiming: Guidance from the Courts [Software and Electrical Arts Perspective],” published in the 2015 AIPLA Annual Meeting Materials, with Sarah Knight, Esq.