Charlotte, N.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Amy Allen Hinson as a partner in the firm’s Greenville office. Amy enhances the firm’s intellectual property presence in South Carolina and represents the latest expansion of its patent prosecution practice.
Amy is a registered patent attorney who represents clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She prosecutes patent applications in the U.S. and helps clients secure patent rights around the world. She also assists clients with the preparation and prosecution of trademark and copyright applications and is experienced in IP litigation and contract negotiation.
“With Amy, Parker Poe is cementing its leading role in serving clients’ intellectual property needs,” says Evan Fultz, leader of the firm’s IP practice group. “Along with our other IP lawyers in Greenville, Atlanta, Raleigh, and Charlotte, we have a deep bench of talented attorneys handling patent prosecution and a wide variety of other intellectual property matters.”
Amy is a graduate of Leadership Greenville and is deeply involved in the community. She is the governance chair of the Urban League of the Upstate and past chair of the City of Greenville’s Board of Zoning Appeals. She received her undergraduate degree from Clemson and law degree from the University of Tennessee. Prior to joining Parker Poe, Amy was a partner at a large law firm in the Southeast.
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Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP has more than 200 lawyers in seven offices located in major markets across North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The firm provides legal counsel to some of the largest companies and local governments in the region.
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