The IP Law and Innovation Center is proud to host Nancy G. Tinsley '90 at its Luncheon Speaker Series on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 from 12:45 p.m. -1:30 p.m. at the IP Center on the Canal. Tinsley will present: "Patent Litigation: What it means to win".
March 20, 2012
IP Center Luncheon Speaker Series
Patent Litigation: What it Means to Win
Speaker: Nancy G. Tinsley '90
Location: IP Center on the Canal: 350 Canal Walk, Suite B, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Contact: Ms. Kyle Galster (firstname.lastname@example.org; 274-0042)
Law school students with an interest in intellectual property law are invited to the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation on the canal for our next luncheon speaker. The IP Center is proud to host a presentation by Nancy G. Tinsley, a graduate of our law school, on Tuesday, March 20th from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m. Her presentation is titled “Patent Litigation: What it means to win.”
Tinsley has spent over 20 years representing clients in litigation matters and has focused her practice in the area of intellectual property, particularly patents. Currently, she is Associate General Patent Counsel at Roche Diagnostics where she is responsible for U.S. patent litigation. Prior to joining Roche Diagnostics in 2008, Tinsley was a partner at Baker & Daniels LLP representing clients in intellectual property litigation matters. She has authored many articles and spoken at various conferences and seminars on litigation and intellectual property legal issues.
Location: IP Center, 350 Canal Walk, Suite B, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Click here for directions: http://indylaw.indiana.edu/centers/ip/Directions.htm
Contact: Kyle Galster, IP Center Coordinator, email@example.com (317) 274-0042