Thomas Dover Appointed to Executive Committee of CLA's Intellectual Property Law Section
Thomas Dover was recently appointed to the California Lawyers Association's (CLA) Intellectual Property Executive Committee.
The Intellectual Property Law Section of the CLA, organized in 1976, furthers the knowledge of its members in the law of patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyright, licensing, technology, privacy, entertainment and sports. The mission of the Intellectual Property Law Section is to foster its members’ success through the advancement of knowledge and expertise in all areas of intellectual property and technology law, policy and practice, through educational programming, networking, interest groups and publications. The section provides educational opportunities throughout the year, including opportunities for online participatory MCLE credit and self-study MCLE credit.
Thomas is the chair of Nossaman's Intellectual Property Group and co-leads the Privacy/Data Security Group. He provides cutting-edge legal strategies focused on all areas of intellectual property, corporate transactions and advertising. His experience in the U.S. and internationally includes complex system and software transactions, public and government entity IT, financial and operational system procurement and negotiations, consumer product (development, branding, manufacture and distribution) and representing entertainment and media interests.