Squire Patton Boggs is pleased to announce that Tamara Fraizer has been appointed Deputy Practice Group Leader for the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice, leading the US IP Litigation practice.
Experienced in patent litigation, Ms. Fraizer has litigated numerous patent cases in federal courts across the nation and at the US International Trade Commission. In addition to fighting for her clients in the courts and at the PTO, Ms. Fraizer relies upon two decades of legal experience to provide her clients with sound IP assessments and counseling, and to help them effectively manage their IP disputes.
“I am excited to be serving in this new role,” said Ms. Fraizer. “Our global IP practice has developed a reputation for understanding the interplay between intellectual property rights and the practical needs of business and I look forward to working with my colleagues to continue moving this practice forward.”
“Throughout her tenure at the firm, Tamara has demonstrated both considerable leadership and dedication to our collaborative culture. She has championed many efforts to expand our IP practice and I am confident that her diverse experience will allow her to lead effectively,” said David Elkins, Squire Patton Boggs’ global Intellectual Property & Technology practice group leader.
Ms. Fraizer’s experience spans a variety of industries including life sciences, medical device, data analytics, pharmaceuticals, healthcare-related consumer products and software. She holds a PhD in Population Biology, which involves mathematical modeling of biological systems. As a former university lecturer, Ms. Fraizer enjoys speaking on IP law topics and mentoring younger lawyers. She also enjoys counseling entrepreneurs and start-ups on their IP strategy and helping position them for success.
She is also the editor of the firm’s Global Intellectual Property & Technology blog.