Intellectual property law is fascinating as a practice specialty. I'm called to function as an artist, a scientist, an architect, a writer and a legal & business strategist. It's a recipe for a challenging but rewarding career.
Establishing my own private practice in Seattle (2012) provides the professional freedom to represent selective clients whose values align authentically with my own. I deeply need to have an authentic purpose in life. Knowing that I'm making a substantial difference is critical for my well-being as a person and a professional (18 years of experience).
As a patent attorney, I see my role as "an architect of ideas."
As a trademark attorney, I see my role as "a branding strategist."
I enjoy providing HIGH IMPACT SERVICE without professional constraints. I seriously enjoy intellectual challenges.
The most enjoyable aspect of my consultancy practice is the high degree of FLEXIBILITY to support clients located anywhere, under FLEXIBLE terms that benefit both of us. I find that entrepreneurial business owners appreciate the ability to conduct business under FLEXIBLE terms, providing highest degree of freedom without compromising QUALITY representation.
I can represent clients located anywhere. Most of my clients are receiving legal support delivered remotely using emails, Skype, Zoom, and secured file-exchange platforms.
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University of Washington School of Law
J.D. Intellectual Property Law
University of Colorado
Ph.D. Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Pennsylvania
M.S. Biomedical Graduate Studies
University of Delaware, College of Arts & Science
B.A. Biological Sciences & Chemistry
Washington State Bar License
Registered to practice before U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (2002)
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
Licensing Executive Society (LES)
*Science and Engineering Scholarships, 1986-1987 and 1987-1988, University of Delaware
*Phi Beta Kappa member, University of Delaware
*NIH Fellowship in Integrated Training in Biotechnology, 1996-1997
*Certificate in Integrated Training for Biotechnology Leadership, 1996
*Colorado Institute for Research in Biotech (CIRB) Fellowship, 1995-1996
*NIH Fellowship in Immunology, 1988-1989