Keelan F. Diana has a strong background in intellectual property and commercial litigation and arbitration. Ms. Diana focuses on achieving optimum results for clients across a wide spectrum of industries by providing creative, dynamic, detail-oriented advocacy focused on protecting and maximizing the value of her clients' brands.
Keelan F. Diana is an associate in the New York office of Haug Partners who represents businesses in complex and cross-border litigation and arbitration.
Ms. Diana’s experience encompasses a wide range of commercial matters, including trademark and unfair competition litigation, breach of contract and products liability actions, joint venture and partnership disputes, and fraud and fiduciary duty litigation. She represents numerous companies and organizations operating in the technology, manufacturing, healthcare, pharmaceutical, and financial services sectors. She has experience litigating in federal and state court, as well as in domestic and international arbitration. Ms. Diana has participated in a number of internal compliance reviews and investigations by regulatory bodies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission.
While at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, Ms. Diana was a member of the Editorial Board and Executive Symposium Editor for the Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class, and recipient of the William P. Cunningham Award for exceptional achievements and service to the school. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Diana earned a M.A. in English Language and Literature from Indiana University Bloomington, where she taught for six years.
- “Safe Harbors for Internet Service Providers after BMG Rights Management (US) LLC, et al. v. Cox Communications, Inc. et al.” New York Intellectual Property Law Association Report, Spring 2018, pp. 11–14.
- Dougherty, John, et al. “The Use of Tribunal-Appointed Experts in International Commercial Arbitration: Practical Observations and a Proposal for Ensuring Fairness.” Transnational Dispute Management, vol. 14, no. 2, May 2017, pp. 1–21.
- “Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America v. Whiting: The Possibility of Anti-Discriminatory Immigration Reform in an Era of Resurgent Federalism.” Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class, vol. 12, no. 1, Spring 2012, pp. 196–218. 1–21.
- University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, (J.D., 2013)
- Indiana University Bloomington, (M.A., English Language and Literature, 2010)
- Hamilton College, (B.A., English Literature, 2001)
- District of Maryland
- New York Intellectual Property Law Association
- American Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association