Detroit partner Emily Tait named to Crain’s "Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan" 2017
Jones Day Intellectual Property partner Emily Tait has been named to Crain's Detroit Business' "Most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan" list for 2017. Women named to this list have been recognized for setting legal precedent, navigating complex transactions and managing high-profile cases, in addition to their contributions to their communities and profession.
"Emily is great lawyer and we congratulate her on this outstanding and well-deserved recognition," said Tim Melton, Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day's Detroit Office. "She makes fantastic contributions in the Detroit community and provides excellent service to the Firm's clients."
Within the Crain's profile, Anthony Insogna, leader of Jones Day's Intellectual Property Practice described Ms. Tait as ". . . a trusted adviser and thought leader on IP and technology issues [who] has handled complex patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark and cybersecurity matters in the automotive industry and beyond."
In addition to her legal achievements, Ms. Tait has demonstrated a strong commitment to her community through her work with various organizations, including Mentor Michigan and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit. She also co-founded the Michigan Intellectual Property Inn of Court and currently serves as vice president of this organization, which is devoted to fostering excellence, ethics, and mentorship in the legal IP field.
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