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David Sawrie Joins Baker Donelson's Intellectual Property Group

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(Nashville, TN / August 22, 2013) David Sawrie has joined Baker Donelson's Intellectual Property Group as an associate in the Firm's Nashville office.

Dr. Sawrie focuses his practice in patent law, where he counsels emerging growth technology companies in patent prosecution matters and IP protection strategies. He also provides support for IP litigation matters.

A 1999 graduate of the Vanderbilt Law School, Dr. Sawrie received his Ph.D. in biostatistics and B.S. in electrical engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  During his doctoral training, Dr. Sawrie worked as a scientist in the arena of health care outcomes research where he conducted statistical analyses and provided data management support in clinical trials ranging from small sample studies to a large multicenter phase III clinical trial. His background in the electronic arts includes interests in digital signal processing and database-backed web-application programming environments.

He also has a Master's Degree in German Studies from Stanford University and studied abroad at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität in Freiburg in the Southern Black Forest. 

"David's advanced education, background in electrical engineering and applied mathematics, and experience in patent prosecution make him an integral part of our group," said W. Edward Ramage, chairman of the Firm's Intellectual Property Group. "We are pleased to welcome him to the Firm and know that his addition will be a benefit to our clients."



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