Tiffany Burba helps clients negotiate technology contracts and protect their intellectual property rights. She is a leader in North Carolina’s intellectual property community, serving on the council of the N.C. Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section.
Tiffany has particular experience at the intersection of intellectual property and technology, including drafting and negotiating hundreds of contracts involving cloud software, data sharing, cybersecurity consulting, and other areas. She has also counseled national companies on compliance with international, federal, and state data privacy regulations. She teaches a course on software licensing, technology, and data privacy at Campbell Law School.
Tiffany maintains an active pro bono practice. She has assisted coastal residents with FEMA and disaster relief claims, represented abused and neglected children in Guardian ad Litem appeals, and contributed to the N.C. Pro Bono Resource Center’s driver’s license restoration initiative. She is also accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to assist veterans in their applications for benefits and other matters before the VA.
Tiffany serves on Parker Poe's Security Committee and Pro Bono Committee. Prior to joining the firm, Tiffany was an associate with the finance group of a law firm in Charlotte, in which she represented commercial banks, investment banks, and other financial institutions in a variety of commercial lending transactions.
Tiffany received both her law degree and master’s degree in finance from Vanderbilt University, where she was a member of the Vanderbilt Law Review and the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team. She has served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John T. Nixon of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee and as a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney's Office for that district.