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Patent Office chief takes government contacts to Howrey


Todd Dickinson hopes to develop a strong regulatory focus in his new role as co-chair of Howrey Simon Arnold & White’s IP prosecution and licensing group

Todd Dickinson, former USPTO director, is keen to capitalize on some of his government contacts after becoming Howrey Simon Arnold & White's co-chair of IP last week.

As joint head of IP licensing, counseling, prosecution and patent portfolio management, the ex-Patent Office chief has set his sights on building ties with Congress and the US administration with a view to strengthening the firm's regulatory focus....


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