Dennemeyer & Associates announces Victoria Friedman as Director, Head of US Office
Dennemeyer & Associates is pleased to announce the new Director of our US office, Victoria Friedman. Read more in the December 2018 People on the Move page of Crain's Chicago Business Newspaper.
“Since 2016, Victoria Friedman has been instrumental in the expansion of our US law firm,” says Cary Levitt, US Chief Operating Officer of Dennemeyer Group. “During her tenure, Victoria Friedman was instrumental in the growth and development of the law firm’s diverse client base. In her new role, she will continue to apply her extensive and practical experience in IP to provide excellent client service”.
“I very much look forward to developing and undertaking new leadership initiatives focused on strategic growth through leveraging Dennemeyer & Associates’ strong global presence, to position the US office as the go-to provider for boutique IP services,” said Victoria Friedman.
Dennemeyer’s unique position in the IP market, down to earth values, and unwavering commitment to excellence in client service are the key pillars that define the firm. Victoria Friedman is an IP attorney specializing in client counseling, procurement and IP management. Her day to day practice involves trademark and patent preparation and prosecution, opinions of counsel, portfolio strategy and management, licensing, business transactions and much more.
Victoria Friedman represents some of the largest brand owners in the world. She is also one of a handful of attorneys who have successfully registered a color mark. Her technical background is in Computer Information Systems and her patent practice primarily focuses on software, telecommunications, computer, search, email and social network arts. She speaks English and Russian and enjoys developing and implementing efficient, practical solutions to her clients' IP challenges.
Victoria Friedman plays an active role in the Chicago IP community and is a Committee Chair for the Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP) group. She is also an active participant of INTA. Ms. Friedman is a mentor to start-ups through one of Chicago’s top technology incubators and is a member of the Advisory Board of DePaul College of Law, CIPLIT.
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