Insights: News Releases Tina McKeon and Lisa Pearson Named to Managing Intellectual Property’s Top 250 Women in IP
ATLANTA (June 2) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today announced today that Managing Intellectual Property Magazine's - IP Stars named partners Tina McKeon and Lisa Pearson as two of the “Top 250 Women in IP." Dr. McKeon and Ms. Pearson are also listed as IP Stars in Georgia and New York respectively.
The 2016 IP Stars – Top 250 Women in IP is the definitive guide to the leading female intellectual property attorneys across the globe. The research spanned four months and included extensive interviews and surveys. A select number of women were chosen to be included in the final list and practitioners selected represent every major of IP legal work. For more information on the Top 250 Women list, please click here.
Tina McKeon, a partner in Kilpatrick Townsend’s Atlanta office, is a registered patent attorney who focuses her practice on patent prosecution, IP strategy and IP portfolio management for leading universities, research institutions, and corporations in the life sciences and biotechnology fields. Her biotechnology experience includes neuroscience, immunology, therapeutic antibodies, oncolytic virus therapy, stem cell technology and recombinant technologies in a variety of areas including food and food supplements.
Lisa Pearson, a partner in Kilpatrick Townsend’s New York office, is an experienced litigator and counselor specializing in copyright, trademark, unfair competition, licensing and Internet disputes. She has successfully represented clients across a broad spectrum of industries in cutting edge cases in the field. She also designs and implements comprehensive policing, enforcement, anti-dilution and anti-counterfeiting programs for many well-known rights owners.
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