The annual Creating Pathways to Diversity Conference focuses on global diversity and inclusion, talent optimization, inclusive leadership and management to bolster the promotion and retention of diverse attorneys.
Lawson’s practice includes counseling food companies on regulatory compliance and reviews, guiding food companies through administrative hearings related to product safety concerns, conducting inspections (including responses to warning letters and 483s), and advising food businesses on labeling and impounding disputes relating to food imports.
IAM Media wrote, “Licensing maven Jeffrey Whittle has an instinctive feel for IP value creation and the negotiation and transactional IP skills to help make successful patent commercialization a reality."
HOUSTON—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Jasper Mason discussed the duty owed by executive right holders in the oil and gas industry in a presentation to the Houston Bar Association’s Oil Gas and Mineral Law Section.
From ballet to breakdance, dance is a surprisingly frequent source of intellectual property conflict. However, a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in an unrelated copyright dispute may provide important guidance in subsequent dance-related copyright litigation.
BOSTON—Womble Bond Dickinson would like to congratulate Women in the Enterprise of Science & Technology (WEST) on its 20th anniversary. WEST is a leading not-for-profit organization that focuses on developing future women leaders in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields.
Womble Bond Dickinson economic development attorney Stephanie Few said 2020 was looking like a banner year for projects. But then then COVID-19 pandemic effectively hit the pause button on the entire industry throughout the nation.
Law360 is highlighting IP litigator Mike O’Shaughnessy’s thoughts on the legal, political, and ethical issues involved with pharmaceuticals maker Pfizer’s announcement it has a viable COVID-19 vaccine.
For the past five years, Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Chris Geis has served pro bono as an adjunct law professor at Wake Forest University’s Veterans Student Legal Clinic. Recently, Geis and the team helped a wounded Army veteran receive an upgraded discharge after a minor misconduct directly related to brain injuries he suffered in combat.