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Bob Cumbow and Kathleen Petrich Selected as 2016 IP Stars



Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP is pleased to announce that partners Bob Cumbow and Kathleen Petrich were selected to the 2016 edition of Managing Intellectual Property’s IP Stars list. Each year, Managing Intellectual Property researchers obtain information from law firms and IP agencies, and their clients, through surveys and interviews, producing the firm ranking tables and list of leading IP practitioners.

Kathleen was also selected to the IP Stars list of the Top 250 Women in IP. This list is dedicated to the recognition of accomplished female IP practitioners from around the world, and includes attorneys that handle a broad range of IP work, including legal advice, litigation, prosecution, and portfolio management. Honorees are chosen based on an extensive four-month research process comprised of surveys and interviews.

About Bob Cumbow
Bob counsels on intellectual property, advertising, publishing, and internet issues. His practice includes issues relating to trademark search, clearance, prosecution, and policing; copyright and publicity right clearance; licenses, assignments, contracts, releases, and publishing agreements; alcoholic beverage labeling, licensing, advertising, and regulatory compliance; communications and media law; intellectual property litigation; domain name disputes; advertising compliance; contests and sweepstakes; and website audits, terms and condition statements, and privacy policies.

About Kathleen Petrich
Kathleen practices in the area of intellectual property, including mechanical/electrical, electromechanical, design patent, and trademark prosecution. She counsels clients regarding their intellectual property rights and strategizes with clients as to the protection and enforcement of those rights. She also litigates intellectual property disputes, and provides clearing, registration, prosecution, opposition practice, portfolio management, opinion, due diligence, license, and settlement negotiations services.
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