LOS ANGELES, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Lee Tran & Liang LLP (LTL) is proud to announce the continued expansion of its Intellectual Property (IP) litigation practice with the addition of new partner Lauren Sliger. Lauren joins LTL as the new head of the firm's patent litigation practice.
Lauren has substantial experience in all aspects of patent litigation. For more than 5 years, she was a patent partner at Perkins Coie LLP, practicing in both patent litigation and prosecution. She has represented several Fortune 100 companies, including Microsoft, in patent litigation matters involving complex technologies. Recently, she has developed an expertise in matters involving software and encryption technologies. Lauren has also litigated a number of trademark and trade secret cases for both national and international clients.
Prior to joining Perkins Coie, Lauren was an IP litigator with Lyon & Lyon. Lauren holds four degrees (J.D.; M.B.A.; B.A., Economics; and B.S., Molecular and Cellular Biology) from the University of Arizona.
"We are quite fortunate to have Lauren join us," said firm co-founder and partner Enoch Liang. "Lauren brings tremendous experience and depth in patent litigation and we look forward to continuing to grow our IP litigation practice group. Given the substantial number of the firm's attorneys devoted to IP litigation, LTL has the resources to handle the most complicated IP matters."
About Lee Tran & Liang LLP
Lee Tran & Liang LLP (LTL) is a boutique law firm focused on complex litigation and trials. Based in California, LTL tackles matters nationwide and represents global companies. LTL was named as one of ten firms to the National Law Journal's Litigation Boutiques Hot List (2014). The firm's attorneys have practiced at prominent law firms including Quinn Emanuel, Morgan Lewis, Lovells, Manatt Phelps, and Perkins Coie, and are graduates of top law schools. Primary practice areas include complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation, and employment defense. LTL offers a number of creative fee arrangements in appropriate matters. For more information, please contact partner Thomas Suh at (213) 612-8900 / [email protected] or visit our website at www.ltlattorneys.com.
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