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Intellectual Property Trailblazers

The National Law Journal
November 4, 2020

Cooley partner Mika Reiner Mayer has been named an Intellectual Property Trailblazer by The National Law Journal for the second time.

In the feature, Mayer reflects on pitching an invention to Proctor & Gamble as a young girl, which ultimately led to her going to law school to become a patent lawyer. The profile also discusses Mayer's focus on intellectual property due diligence reviews, whereby she helps businesses ranging from small seed life sciences startups to multibillion-dollar companies through patent due diligence reviews. NLJ further highlights Mayer's outlook on the intersection between life sciences and technology, including AI, machine leaning, telemedicine and more personalized diagnostics.

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