Antigone Peyton

Protorae Law PLLC

Antigone leads the Intellectual Property and Technology Law practice at Protorae Law. Antigone focuses on intellectual property litigation and IP portfolio management and growth strategies involving patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights. Her litigation and counseling practices also include unfair competition, DMCA violations, computer fraud, and technology law issues involving social media, IoT, cybersecurity, blockchain, and cloud computing. Antigone has acted as lead trial counsel and appellate counsel in federal civil lawsuits across the United States and she has represented numerous Fortune 500 companies involved in high stakes intellectual property disputes and a variety of other business and legal issues.

Before she joined Protorae Law Antigone founded Cloudigy Law, an intellectual property boutique firm. Previously, Antigone was a litigator at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP, in Washington, DC and managed the firm’s electronic litigation group focused on e-discovery. Before law school, Antigone conducted scientific research involving clinical and pre-clinical biophysics and magnetic resonance studies at a large university medical center. All of these experiences sharpened her focus on clients’ business needs and the practical aspects of innovation while crafting legal solutions.

My Sessions

Playing in the Big Leagues: E-Discovery in Large, Complex Litigation

You’re defending a case with terabytes of data, dozens of witnesses, and information stored on all sorts of obscure systems. How do you get started? Our E-Discovery experts will provide concrete, sophisticated recommendations on when to hire a vendor, use TAR or other analytics, hire contract attorneys, plan a budget to manage everything, and other […]


Alexa, is this IoT Evidence Admissible?

As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes more useful and convenient in helping us to deal with technology, IoT devices are already proving to be treasure troves of discoverable information that can make or derail your case. This session will explore the current state of IoT devices, the types of information found on them, and […]