Raleigh, N.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Tiffany Burba has been elected to the leadership team of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section. As a member of that team, called the council, Tiffany will help drive education and networking for intellectual property attorneys across the state.
The NCBA Intellectual Property Law Section examines copyright, patent, trademark, and other intellectual property issues impacting North Carolina. The section helps mold the NCBA’s legislative agenda, sponsors continuing legal education (CLE) programs and a newsletter, and provides networking opportunities for lawyers and patent agents.
Tiffany has served as co-chair of the section’s Licensing Committee since 2019. At Parker Poe, she helps clients protect their intellectual property rights and negotiate technology contracts. She has particular experience at the intersection of intellectual property and technology, including with contracts involving cloud software, data sharing, and cybersecurity consulting.
Tiffany has also counseled national companies on compliance with international, federal, and state data privacy regulations. She serves on the CLE Committee of the NCBA Privacy & Data Security Section as well.
Raleigh Magazine recently named Tiffany among the city’s top 20 up-and-coming leaders who are in their 20s.
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