Halina S. Dziewit Joins Lathrop Gage’s Intellectual Property Team


BOULDER, Colo. (Jan. 6, 2016) – Lathrop Gage today announced the addition of Halina S. Dziewit, Partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice in Boulder.

“Halina brings a great deal of in-house IP experience and will provide a valuable perspective for us to better serve our clients in areas such as licensing and sponsored research,” said Curtis Vock, Partner in Charge of the Boulder office. “We welcome her to our team.”

Dziewit has more than 25 years of experience in intellectual property and is a Certified Licensing Professional. She is published and is a frequent presenter at high-tech and IP conferences. She regularly advises clients with interests in domestic and international licensing, technology transfer and high technology transactional matters, involving all aspects of intellectual assets and business transactions in a variety of technology fields. Dziewit has also provided counsel to and worked with numerous start-ups as well as a wide range of companies, from small, local entities, to those appearing in the Fortune 100.

Dziewit acquired in-house experience with commercial corporations such as Bell Laboratories, Storage Technology Corporation, and Government supported entities University Corporation for Atmospheric Research/National Center for Atmospheric Research (Federally Funded Research and Development Centers). She is also actively involved in professional organizations including the Licensing Executive Society (LES), local and state bar associations and the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM). She is also co-chair of the IP Section of the Boulder Bar. She is actively involved with numerous committees in those organizations. Dziewit obtained her juris doctor from the University of Colorado, School of Law.

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