Morris, Manning and Martin Adds Wang, Raimund to its Washington, DC, office
Intellectual property lawyers Ping Wang and Christopher Raimund have joined the Washington, DC, office of the law firm Morris Manning and Martin as partners.
Wang, who will lead the biotechnology practice, previously worked at DLA Piper. She has performed patent work for Chinese and American companies in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, chemicals, and medical devices. She practiced medicine in China for several years after graduating from Kunming Medical College, then earned her JD degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, NH.
Raimund, who will lead the firm’s chemical practice, has carried out patent work in the biotechnology, chemical, and materials science areas with technologies that include medical devices, polymers and engineered materials, as well as semiconductor manufacturing and equipment. Raimund was most recently with the Washington, DC, office of Merchant and Gould, and before that worked at DLA Piper, and at the US Patent and Trademark Office as a primary patent examiner. He earned his JD degree from George Washington University and his MSci and BSci degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
LifeSciences British Columbia Names Winners of its 2008 Awards
Five professionals have been named winners of LifeSciences British Columbia’s 10th annual awards:
- Bernie Bressler and Roger Foxall received lifetime achievement awards. Bressler helped grow the University of British Columbia’s industry liaison office and translational medical research capabilities as VP of research from 1996-99. Last year he was named chairman of Discovery Parks and the Discovery Parks Foundation.