Silicon Valley Counsel: Google's Michelle Lee

Law360 (June 27, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Through its many innovations, Internet search giant Google Inc. has been at the forefront of IP law, but the lion's share of the company's IP efforts take place outside headline-grabbing lawsuits and in the office of its top patent strategist, attorney Michelle K. Lee.

Lee, who graduated top of her class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was gleaned in 2003 from the IP group of Silicon Valley-based Fenwick & West LLP, and given the considerable task of heading up Google's patent strategy as associate general counsel.

An attorney with honed skills in research and technology, as well as experience on...

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