Day Pitney's Carrie Webb Olson Partners with Mass High Tech Event
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
March 24, 2011
Day Pitney LLP is pleased to announce that Carrie Webb Olson, a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property department, joined Mass High Tech (MHT) in honoring women of accomplishment at this year's Women to Watch breakfast on March 23. Olson, who resides in Day Pitney's Boston office, is a member of the MHT advisory committee. The breakfast event recognizes women in technology and life sciences who are "go-getters, hard working, inspirational and motivational to their peers."
The 2011 Mass High Tech Women to Watch included 22 honorees, who were recognized for their contributions to their respective technology sectors and their ongoing role as leaders in their communities. A full list of the winners is available by clicking here.
Olson practices in the area of trademark law and copyright law, working with clients across the United States, as well as overseas, to provide counsel on a wide range of matters. She manages international trademark portfolios and related disputes, and represents clients asserting and defending trademark claims before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in federal court. Olson also regularly advises clients on international domain name and Internet issues involving trademarks and copyrights.
About Day Pitney Day Pitney LLP is a full-service law firm with approximately 350 attorneys operating in offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Boston, and Washington, DC. The firm offers clients strong corporate and litigation practices, with experience on behalf of large national and international corporations, as well as emerging and middle market companies and individuals.
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