FisherBroyles, a cloud-based distributed law firm partnership, announced today that Cara Crowley-Weber has joined the firm’s Denver office as a partner and member of the patent prosecution team, which is part of the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group. She is among a group of five new FisherBroyles IP attorneys, which also includes partners John Eisenhart, Elizabeth Haanes, James W. Hill and Keats Quinalty.
“We are thrilled to welcome John, Elizabeth, James, Keats, and Cara to the firm and its Intellectual Property practice group, which continues to expand and solidify its place among the top IP law groups in the nation,” said FisherBroyles Intellectual Property Managing Partner T.J. DoVale. “FisherBroyles attracts top-notch talent by aligning the interests of our clients with the interests of the firm and our attorneys. With very low overhead, we can offer our clients the experience of Am Law 200 partner-level attorneys without pricing ourselves out of the market.”
The FisherBroyles intellectual property practice group includes more than 50 patent prosecutors, 12 trademark prosecutors, and several IP litigators and transaction attorneys. All five new IP partners come to FisherBroyles with technical backgrounds and BigLaw experience.
Crowley-Weber joins the firm from Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, where she was a partner and former co-chair of the intellectual property practice. She provides counsel to companies across the country on patent portfolio management and business strategies to drive revenue based on intellectual property in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, energy and agriculture industries. She also advises clients on intellectual property matters.
She received her J.D. from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona Health Science Center, and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona.