November 09, 2020
Cadwalader Intellectual Property Group chair and partner Dr. Dorothy Auth has been named to the annual list of Intellectual Property Trailblazers published by The National Law Journal in its November 2020 special supplement. The series recognizes legal professionals who “have moved the needle” in the industry.
Dr. Auth’s Trailblazer profile addresses her early career, some of her notable recent legal representations and her thoughts on how COVID-19 may impact patent litigation.
Dr. Auth, who earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry before becoming a lawyer, “has leveraged her scientific background and almost 30 years of patent experience to represent diverse industries and technologies in high-profile cases…,” the NLJ writes.
As a recent past president of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association, Dr. Auth developed a legislative committee to interface with legislators and provide them with unbiased information on proposed federal IP-related legislations, the NLJ also noted.
Read Dr. Auth’s full profile here.
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