Women in ECE Presents: Alumna DeAnna Allen, "Using an engineering degree in the practice of law"
Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering (WECE) Presents:
"Using an engineering degree in the practice of law"
ECE Alumna DeAnna Allen (B.S. '90, electrical engineering)
Partner, Dickstein Shapiro LLP, Washington, D.C.
Thursday, February 21, 2008
A.V. Williams Bldg., Rm. 2460
DeAnna Allen is a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice of Dickstein Shapiro LLP. Ms. Allens practice involves various aspects of intellectual property, including patent litigation, trademark litigation, and computer technology. She also is experienced in the transfer of rights in intellectual property, including technology transfer agreements and due diligence, as well as in trademark prosecution, and patent prosecution involving computer memory, computer networks, signal processing, digital imagers, and other areas of electrical and computer engineering.
Ms. Allen has litigated cases involving electrical and mechanical patents directed to inventions in a variety of fields, including software systems, semiconductors, consumer electronics, and advanced security cameras.
In the December 2007 edition of Black Enterprise magazine, Ms. Allen was named to the publications Hot List, a biennial register of professional and entrepreneurial powerhouses under the age of 40 who shape our world.
Faculty Host: Kris Rosfjord