Conley Rose Promotes Darlene Ghavimi to Principal

Houston – January, 2018 – Intellectual property law firm Conley Rose, PC is pleased to announce the promotion of Darlene Ghavimi to the position of Principal for 2018.  Ms. Ghavimi primarily represents clients in contentious and complex patent and trademark litigation.  She also has extensive experience in patent and trademark preparation and prosecution, infringement opinions, licensing, technology transfer, and client counseling related to patent and trademark issues.  Ms. Ghavimi is a licensed patent attorney and is admitted to practice in Texas, Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

“Darlene exemplifies the combination of excellent legal skills applied with a client-focused approach that is a hallmark of Conley Rose, making sure that her legal efforts are best aligned with and optimally supporting the client’s strategic business goals,” said Michael Piper, the President of Conley Rose. “Darlene adds to an incredible group of colleagues and friends I am honored to work with and represent as holders of Conley Rose.”

Stewart Mesher, the Chair of the Litigation Practice Group at Conley Rose, added: “Darlene consistently exhibits the highest degree of integrity, strategic judgment and ownership in everything she does – traits that we greatly value.”

About Conley Rose, PC

Conley Rose, PC is a leading full-service intellectual property boutique serving clients worldwide from its offices in Houston, Dallas and Austin. The firm specializes in intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and unfair competition. Founded in 1991, it has received many accolades over its 25-plus year history – including being named a “Top Patent Firm” by numerous outlets like Juristat, IP Watchdog and Intellectual Property Today. It’s also been named the “Trademark Law Firm of The Year in Texas” by Corporate Int’l Magazine.


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