Emily Shouse, shareholder at Patterson Intellectual Property Law, has recently been elected a Fellow of the Tennessee Bar Foundation, an association of 855 attorneys across the state. Invitations to membership, which is a position of honor, were extended to 32 attorneys this year by the Board of Trustees. The introduction of new Fellows took place in May at the annual Fellows’ Dinner in Nashville.
The Bar Foundation’s purpose is two-fold: to honor attorneys who have distinguished themselves in the profession and community and to administer a grant making program. That project, known by its acronym IOLTA, has awarded grants in excess of $21,000,000 to law-related, public interest projects throughout Tennessee.
Emily Shouse is an AV-rated attorney who focuses on the protection of patents and trademarks in foreign countries. She manages the international portfolios of clients to ensure their intellectual property assets are protected according to the individual rules and regulations of countries around the world.
About Patterson IP Law
As a mid-sized firm able to handle large matters, Patterson Intellectual Property Law pays attention to specific needs and the uniqueness of each intellectual property matter. We take the individual, intellectual approach that IP protection requires, and don’t use the same checklist for every case. We address each matter individually, leading to better results with better efficiency.