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Honigman adds attorney Meghan M. Klaric to its growing Intellectual Property Practice

March 21, 2011

Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP (Honigman) is pleased to announce that Meghan M. Klaric has joined the firm as an Attorney in the Intellectual Property Practice Group of its Corporate and Securities Department. She will be located in the firm’s Kalamazoo office. Honigman’s IP practice has grown significantly in recent years, with the number of IP attorneys rising from 10 to 31 in approximately two and one-half years.

Klaric will concentrate her practice on assisting with a full range of patent and intellectual property issues and brings to Honigman a strong background in Chemistry.

She earned a J.D., cum laude, from Villanova University School of Law, an M.A. in Chemistry from the University of Southern California (USC); a B.S. in Honors and a B.S. in Chemistry from Villanova University. Klaric served as a teaching assistant in the chemistry labs at USC and Villanova University and as a summer research assistant at two major pharmaceutical companies while earning her degrees.

Klaric comes to Honigman from Pennsylvania, where she worked as an independent contractor for two law firms after graduating from law school.

Honigman's IP practice encompasses a wide variety of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret law, including search, registration, enforcement, anti-counterfeiting, litigation and transactional work involving IP rights. The professionals in the IP Practice Group have experience in a variety of industries, including automotive (OEM and suppliers), retailing, publishing (newspapers, books, magazines, multi-media), gaming and hospitality, e-commerce, food and beverage, restaurant, advertising, insurance, software, electronics, consumer products, fashion, banking, transportation, telecommunications, medical services and devices, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and real estate.