Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Melissa Patterson Elected to the San Diego County Bar Association's Intellectual Property Law Section Executive Council
SAN DIEGO (December 6) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that attorney Melissa Patterson was recently elected to the San Diego County Bar Association’s (SDCBA) 2017 Intellectual Property Law Section’s Executive Council. Ms. Patterson will serve as Member-at-Large for a one-year term.
Founded in 1899, the San Diego County Bar Association is the San Diego's oldest and largest law‐related organization and the hub of the city’s legal community, headquartered in downtown San Diego. For more information on SDCBA, please click here.
Melissa Patterson focuses her practice on intellectual property law, with a primary focus on preparation and prosecution of patent applications, particularly in the areas of software and financial networks. Ms. Patterson has experience prosecuting patent applications particularly involving software, mechanical devices, physics, and business methods.
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