The $54 million transformation of Denver’s historic 120-year-old train station was accomplished through a complex and rapidly evolving public/private partnership.
Our team is paying close attention to the results of the recent elections and the likely impact on both immediate and long-term issues of significance to our clients.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is proud to accept the 2014 Partners in Philanthropy award from the Denver Business Journal. The award highlights Brownstein’s longstanding service to the community.
Nancy is Of Counsel in Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck’s Denver office and a member of the Intellectual Property & Technology Group. Her practice focuses on patent law. She has represented clients of all sizes including several Fortune 500 companies. She has experience in procuring, evaluating, and managing patent portfolios, performing freedom-to operate, infringement and patent validity studies drafting opinions, responding to and managing patent assertions and other third party patent matters, and reviewing patent licenses and nondisclosure agreements.
Prior to joining the firm, Nancy was a senior attorney at Dorsey & Whitney. She also worked as Senior Patent Counsel for Eastman Kodak and Apple, Inc., where she managed worldwide patent portfolios of patent applications pending in the United States, Europe, China, Taiwan and Japan.
One of the Country’s Leading Patent Attorneys—S. Craig Hemenway—Joins Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Bar Association
Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association, 2009-2013
Veterans Network of Kodak Employees, 2008-2012