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Plymouth Intellectual Property Litigation Lawyer
OverviewI have assisted corporate and individual clients in a wide range of complex intellectual property and technology litigation matters for over a decade. As a member of the Padda team, I enjoy learning about your business and technology and putting my litigation skills to work in collaboration with colleagues and experts to assist you in reaching your goals.
About Mariah Reynolds
Current Employment Position(s)
- Contract Lawyer
- Intellectual Property Litigation
- U.S. District Court District of Minnesota
- University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2006
Honors: cum laude
Honors: Best Brief Award
- University of Minnesota, Humphrey Institute, 2006
Major: Dual Degree Program in Law and Public Policy
- University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2002
Honors: magna cum laude
Major: Women's Studies
Minor: Political Science
Accepts Credit Cards
9800 Shelard ParkwaySTE 120 Plymouth, MN 55441
- North Star Program Honoree – Minnesota State Bar Association, 2012
- Rising Star – Minnesota Super Lawyers®, 2015
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