Ann McCamey is Principal Attorney of Pacifica IP where she counsels clients in patent and trademark matters to protect their intellectual property. Based in Marina del Rey, Ms. McCamey specializes in working with startups to bring innovative products to market, including consumer products such as fashion and sporting goods, and mechanical, medical, and safety devices. At Pacifica IP, Ms. McCamey forms a partnership with her clients, taking the time to understand the nature of their industry and business in search of solutions tailored to their specific circumstances.
Before founding Pacifica IP, Ms. McCamey worked at some of the largest and most reputable intellectual property law firms including stints at Finnegan and Fitzptrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto. There she litigated patents, bringing and defending suits before the International Trade Commission and prosecuting patent applications for large international corporations.
Ms. McCamey attended law school at the George Washington University School of Law, specializing in Intellectual Property. Ms. McCamey worked throughout law school, first at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office as a patent examiner, and later at the U.S. Supreme Court in the Clerk’s Office as a Case Analyst. She completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University, where she majored in Physics and minored in Economics and Japanese.
In her free time, Ms. McCamey enjoys training for and competing in triathlons, having raced distances ranging from sprint to full Ironman while maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.