New York – Paul Hastings LLP, a leading global law firm, announced today that Intellectual Property partner Christina Ondrick has been selected to serve as a moderator for the Washington, D.C. chapter of Chiefs in Intellectual Property (ChIPs). In this newly created role, Ms. Ondrick will work closely with the chapter chairs on recruiting efforts, as well as helping to drive member engagement.
ChIPs advances and connects women in technology, law, and policy. The nonprofit organization seeks to accelerate innovation through diversity of thought, participation, and engagement. Visit the ChIPs website to learn more.
Ms. Ondrick represents Fortune 500 clients and emerging growth companies in patent litigation before district courts, the Federal Circuit, and International Trade Commission. She has significant experience helping clients win in high stakes competitor versus competitor cases. Ms. Ondrick is a well-regarded first chair trial attorney who has tried numerous complex patent disputes in various districts throughout the United States. She has managed the most complex of patent disputes for many years and works closely with clients to achieve their business objectives when confronted with bet-the-company disputes.
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