(Cincinnati, Ohio — June 12, 2017) — FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased
to announce that Susan M. Oiler has joined its Cincinnati office as a partner in its Intellectual Property Law Group. Ms. Oiler is an experienced patent attorney with a passion for client service and a genuine desire to work with the client to meet the needs of the business.
Ms. Oiler draws on her diverse education in chemistry and physics to provide advice on topics such as: managing and developing patent portfolios, noninfringement and invalidity opinions, IP due diligence, design-around analysis, and many other aspects of intellectual property.
“Susan brings a wealth of technical expertise and expands our already deep life science patent group,” said T.J. DoVale, Managing Partner of Intellectual Property at FisherBroyles. “She is a well rounded professional who draws on her broad experience to meet and exceed her clients’ expectations.”
Ms. Oiler draws on 11 years of experience in Intellectual Property matters, with a focus on patent preparation and prosecution. Her technical expertise includes experience relating to patent matters for front end accessory drive components of internal combustion engines, compositions of matter, polymer films, microencapsulation, peptide extracts, amino acid sequences, and color-changing indicator systems. Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Oiler taught high school chemistry at Brecksville Broadview Heights High School.
About FisherBroyles, LLP
Founded in 2002, FisherBroyles, LLP was the first in the U.S., and now the largest full-service, cloud-based law firm in the world. The Next Generation Law Firm® has grown to approximately 180 attorneys in 21 offices nationwide. The FisherBroyles’ efficient and cost-effective Law Firm 2.0® model leverages talent and technology instead of unnecessary overhead that does not add value to our clients, all without sacrificing BigLaw quality. Visit our website at www.fisherbroyles.com to learn more about our firm’s unique approach and how we can best meet your legal needs.