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Managing Intellectual Property Names Terri Shieh-Newton To 2023 “Top 250 Women in IP”

SAN FRANCISCO – Mintz is pleased to announce that Member Terri Shieh-Newton, Ph.D., a nationally recognized IP attorney and a leading woman in the life sciences industry, has once again been selected for inclusion in the 2023 “Top 250 Women in IP” list by Managing Intellectual Property. The special annual publication recognizes leading senior female IP practitioners in private practice who "have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year." This year’s list features women from more than 30 jurisdictions across the world.

With over 23 years of experience, Dr. Shieh-Newton plays a strategic role for her clients as she guides their patent strategy, portfolio management, and investments. Trained as an immunologist at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she earned a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Medicine, she works with companies of all sizes in a wide range of life sciences, including Artificial Intelligence in life sciences and synthetic biology industries. She also has conducted hundreds of IP due diligence for companies and investors at all stages of investment.

In addition to this distinction, Dr. Shieh-Newton has been recognized by Chambers USA for Patent Prosecution, among the San Francisco Business Times “100 Most Influential Women in Business in the Bay Area," identified annually among the “World’s Leading Patent Practitioners” by Intellectual Asset Magazine’s Patent 1000, and listed in The Legal 500 “United States for Healthcare: Life Sciences.”

The 2023 edition is based on research conducted by Managing IP’s team of analysts, and honorees are selected from the publication’s list of IP Stars for the year. To view the full list of honorees, please visit Managing IP’s website.

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