Dallas
17 March 2017
Reporter: Barney Dixon
Baker McKenzie hires IP counsel
Baker McKenzie has hired Dyan House as counsel in Dallas.

She previously worked at Carter Scholer Arnett Hamada & Mockler where she was partner.

Dyan's practice centres on international and domestic brand protection. She routinely represents clients in opposition and cancellation proceedings before the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Kevin O’Brien, chair of the firm's North America IP practice, said: “In the increasingly competitive global marketplace, clients are looking to Baker McKenzie for help protecting their brands, and Dyan is an exceptional trademark lawyer and experienced license negotiator.”

“Her industry experience will help to further strengthen our IP capabilities and immediately benefit our clients.”

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