Frost Brown Todd Expands IP Expertise with Six New Attorneys

Additional members, associates and staff bring engineering, in-house general counsel, film directing and military pilot experience to Indianapolis office

January 14, 2019

January 14, 2019 (Indianapolis, IN) – Four new members, two associates and a paralegal focusing on intellectual property joined Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) Indianapolis office at the start of 2019. Members Constance (Connie) Lindman, Dennis Schell, Eric Lamb, Douglas (Doug) G. Gallagher, Associates Matthew Clark and Kevin Oschman, and paralegal Angela Jackson will team up with more than 50 IP law and litigation attorneys, patent agents and paralegals working in that area at FBT. They will add to the practice that covers interactive media and internet law, advertising law, IP litigation, patent law, trademark and copyright law, computer systems and software development, aerospace, entertainment and social media. All six attorneys earned their law degrees from Indiana University. For more information, visit Frost Brown Todd’s website.

“We are extremely pleased to add this very capable team to our solid base of IP attorneys,” says Indianapolis Member-in-Charge Heather Wilson. “We are excited about the opportunities our platform will provide to them and their clients.”  

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