IP Associate Named A Women Leaders in Tech Law NextGen Honoree

Allison Blanco recognized as a rising star making an impact in complex litigation.

September 19, 2018

Allison Blanco, an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice, has been named a Next Generation honoree by The Recorder in its annual Women Leaders in Tech Law report, which for the first time is recognizing rising stars in California who have shown promise as leaders in law and technology. The honored attorneys are “helping the law and legal profession address novel issues raised by technological advances,” according to the American Lawyer Media publication. In her published profile, Ms. Blanco discussed her career path and practice, which focuses on complex disputes relating to copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and licensing in the digital and online space. She already has extensive experience in both procedural and substantive law, and she has successfully litigated before numerous federal and state courts.

 
 
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