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Ray Quinney & Nebeker recently welcomed attorney Tiffany Brooks Healy to our Intellectual Property and Patent Prosecution Group. She received her B.S. in Computer Science from Texas A&M and her J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law.

Ms. Healy has over twelve years of patent law experience. Her practice focuses on intellectual property counseling and the preparation and prosecution of patent applications worldwide.  With her background in Computer Science, she has prepared and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications for a wide variety of technologies related to software, electrical devices and electronics, optics, telecommunications, medical devices, mechanical arts, and the auto industry.  Additionally, she conducts and manages intellectual property due diligence and intellectual property reviews associated with corporate transactions.

Ms. Healy is a talented and knowledgeable lawyer, and we are pleased to have her as part of the Firm’s expanding intellectual property and patent prosecution team.