USPTO taps AOL’s Sarah Harris as general counsel

Harris served as AOL’s deputy general counsel for intellectual property

After more than six months without a general counsel, the United States Patent and Trademark Office has appointed Sarah Harris to the office’s top legal position.

Harris comes to the USPTO from AOL, where she served as the company’s deputy general counsel for intellectual property. In that position at AOL, Harris oversaw a number of issues which translate to her new role, including all patent litigation, copyright, and trade secrets strategies for the company.

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