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Andrew Wasson is a partner in the Seattle office of Frommer Lawrence and Haug LLP.
Mr. Wasson graduated with honors from Haverford College with a B.A. in Biology. He received his J.D. from Duke University School of Law where he was an executive editor of the Duke Law and Technology Review. He also earned his M.A. in Philosophy from Duke University. Mr. Wasson is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
About Andrew Wasson
Current Employment Position(s)
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- New York, 2006
- New York Intellectual Property Law Association
- American Chemical Society
- Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina, 2005
Law Review: Duke Law and Technology Review, Executive Editor
- Duke University School of Law, 2005
- Haverford College, 2002
Honors: With Honors
- Taking Biologies for Granted? Takings, Trade Secrets, and Off-Patent Biological Products, Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 0004, 2005
- Protecting the Next Small Thing: Nanotechnology and the Reverse Doctrine of Equivalents, Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 0010, 2004
- A Reflection on Rulemaking: The Rule 11 Experience, 37 Loy. LA. L.Rev. 563, 2004
- Control of Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis by Alternate Quaternary Forms of Porphobilinogen Synthase, Nature: Struct. Biol., Sept., 2003
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