MENLO PARK (August 7) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that The Recorder has named Annie Rogaski as one of California’s “Women Leaders in Tech Law,” which recognizes 50 women who "demonstrated leadership and expertise in solving the most pressing legal concerns tech companies can face." Greg Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief of The Recorder, stated, "These are the lawyers who get the call for that first, crucial funding round, the patent dispute only scientists can understand, the licensing-as-lifeline deal, the long-sought liquidity event."

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Ms. Rogaski, a trial lawyer and partner with Kilpatrick Townsend, leads teams in bringing to life complex technical concepts for judges and juries. Drawing upon her education in chemistry and 17 years of litigating and trying intellectual property cases, Ms. Rogaski leads both within her firm and in the community. She is also committed to helping women outside her firm become strong leaders in their professions, particularly in technical fields.

Ms. Rogaski founded the CLUB of Silicon Valley, an incubator of women leaders, in October 2012. The CLUB connects women across industries and experience levels to leverage expert insights from speakers, collaborative inspiration from other members and key connections, to hone leadership skills and accelerate their paths to leadership.  As President and Co-Founder, Ms. Rogaski has seen membership grow, boasting members from top Silicon Valley companies in addition to leaders in law and finance and emerging entrepreneurs.

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