Intellectual property law fir Waddey & Patterson has recruited attorney Mark Pitchford to its lineup, which now numbers 15.
Pitchford has moved to Nashville from St. Louis, where he was an associate at Armstrong Teasdale LLP and worked with national corporations and large universities. His practice focuses on patent applications in the electrical, software and mechanical fields.
“We are pleased to welcome Mark to our firm,” said Lanquist. “His particular experience, combined with his knowledge of electrical engineering, will be helpful to many of our clients.”
Before earning his law degree from University of Kentucky, Pitchford worked at Lexmark International as a student co-op engineer. From 2005 to 2009, he was a patent attorney at Senniger Powers in St. Louis.