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Duane Morris adds two IP partners
Duane Morris LLP has bolstered its IP practice group with the promotion of two lawyers to partner.
Michelle Donovan (pictured below, left) and Diana Sangalli (pictured below, right) will take up their new roles in offices across the US.
Donovan, who works at the San Diego, San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices, practices in Internet law, litigation and licensing.
Donovan's clients are drawn from industries including pharmaceutical and biotechnology, consumer electronics and social networking.
Prior to working in law, Donovan was a research assistant in biochemistry and molecular biology at the Ron Evans Gene Expression Laboratory of the Salk Institute.
Sangalli, a member of the firm’s Houston branch, focuses on litigation and patent preparation and prosecution and has represented clients in matters related to technologies including optical disc recognition, wireless LANs and telecommunications networks.
Duane Morris LLP has offices across the US and internationally with more than 700 attorneys.
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