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Paul Havel Appointed Co-Chair of Multilaw's Intellectual Property Practice Group



Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP attorney Paul Havel was recently appointed to co-chair Multilaw's Intellectual Property and Information Technology practice group, along with Joanne Vengadesan from Penningtons Manches (United Kingdom). As co-chair, Havel will be involved in developing and implementing the global marketing and business development plan for the group in order to maximize opportunities for growth from existing and prospective clients and raise the profile of the group within key markets. Multilaw is a leading global network of independent law firms. Founded in 1990 on the premise that an alliance of carefully selected, independent firms working together worldwide offered the most effective way of fulfilling clients' international needs. Multilaw now has a network of over 8,500 lawyers in more than 70 countries.

About Paul Havel
Paul Havel, a partner, joined Miller Nash Graham & Dunn in 2000 and is the practice team leader for both the Intellectual Property and the Alcoholic Beverage teams. Havel practices in the areas of domestic and international intellectual property counseling, licensing, dispute resolution and prosecution. Havel has developed specialized expertise in representing the business interests of craft breweries, cideries and distilleries. He assists alcoholic beverage companies in a variety of areas, including trademark protection and branding intellectual property enforcement and dispute resolution, general business transactions, distribution agreements, business formation, raising funds, strategic planning and risk management. Havel holds a courtesy appointment to the faculty of the University of Oregon School of Law, where he co-teaches a course on transactional business practice. Havel earned his bachelor's degree at Denison University in political science before receiving his law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law.

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