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Pillsbury adds IP litigator in Northern Virginia

Pillsbury has hired Kecia Reynolds to join its Northern Virginia office as a partner its intellectual property practice

Reynolds joins Pillsbury from Goodwin Proctor, where she specialized in IP litigation, representing clients in Section 337 evidentiary hearings before the International Trade Commission (ITC), as well as in Abbreviated New Drug Application and district court litigation and in appeals before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Before joining Goodwin, Reynolds served as a senior investigative attorney in the ITC’s Office of Unfair Import Investigations for five years, where she focused on patent and trademark infringement matters.

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