Brinks Gilson & Lione Attorney To Serve As Guest Lecturer On Drafting Patent Applications For Wayne State Law School Class
ANN ARBOR—Linda Nattler, an IP attorney with the Ann Arbor office of Brinks Gilson & Lione, one of the largest intellectual property law firms in the U.S., has been invited to serve as the guest lecturer at the Wayne State University Law School on Nov. 3. Her topic is “Drafting Patent Applications that Comply with European Disclosure Requirements.” The guest lecture will be presented to law students enrolled in the patent drafting class.
A German native, Nattler focuses her intellectual property law practice on patent prosecution and IP portfolio management, with a particular emphasis on the areas of mechanics, electronics, hydraulics and computerized processes. Prior to joining Brinks, Nattler gathered extensive experience in U.S., European and German patent prosecution. While employed in Europe, she was admitted to practice before the European Patent Office and is one of very few U.S. attorneys admitted to practice before both the European Patent Office and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Nattler attended Thomas Cooley Law School on a full academic scholarship and graduated magna cum laude. She holds an undergraduate degree in physics from Universität Bayreuth in Germany.
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