Squire Patton Boggs is pleased to announce that Dr. Tamara Fraizer has joined the firm’s global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice as principal, based in Palo Alto. Dr. Fraizer was previously with Fish & Richardson P.C.

“The Intellectual Property & Technology practice of Squire Patton Boggs reaches across five continents with deep expertise locally, allowing us to represent regional as well as multinational companies in IP disputes. Tamara’s experience, particularly in the areas of digital health, biomedical devices and life sciences, will enhance the range of services we offer our clients in these areas and further bolster our patent litigation practice,” said David Elkins, Squire Patton Boggs partner and leader of the global Intellectual Property & Technology Practice.

Dr. Fraizer’s practice encompasses IP counseling and dispute resolution, including pre-litigation investigations, IP protection assessments, and IP litigation with a particular focus on patent litigation. She has litigated numerous patent matters before courts nationwide, as well as at the US International Trade Commission, on technologies ranging from biomedical devices, bioassays, proteins and pharmaceuticals, to consumer devices, internet security and database management systems.

Dr. Fraizer received her BS in Biology, with honors and highest distinction, from the University of Kansas; her PhD in Population Biology from the University of California at Davis; and her JD from Stanford Law School. Dr. Fraizer is a frequent speaker and writer on IP law topics.

As stated by Dr. Fraizer, “Squire Patton Boggs’ global platform and breadth of legal practices, including its expertise in life sciences patent prosecution, healthcare, and business disputes, opens the door to new and exciting opportunities for me. I look forward to working along-side the teams in California, and across the nation and the globe, to provide superior IP and related legal services for our clients.”



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