Clark Hill Attorney David J. Marr Named 2017 Distinguished IP Alumni by Chicago-Kent College of Law Alumni Association
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney David J. Marr was named 2017 Distinguished IP Alumni by the Chicago-Kent College of Law Alumni Association. He was honored at a reception in Chicago, Illinois on April 25, 2017.
Marr is the Practice Group Leader of Clark Hill’s Intellectual Property Group and a Member in the firm’s Chicago Office. His extensive experience focuses on intellectual property counseling, litigation and prosecution of patents and trademarks, as well as related issues such as licensing, unfair competition, trade secrets, and copyright. His industry experience includes automotive, electronics, printing, consumer products, agricultural equipment, packaging, and transportation. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Chicago Kent College of Law, teaching a course entitled Strategies in Intellectual Property.
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