Michelle Bray, Diane Davies and Natalie Hanlon-Leh of Faegre Baker Daniels have received recognition from Lawyer Monthly's 2014 Women in Law awards.
Honorees were selected based on involvement in significant legal activity in 2013; size of transactions, deals and cases; previous recognitions; peer recognition; and votes from Lawyer Monthly readers. Research was conducted in January and February of 2014.
Bray, a partner in Indianapolis, was recognized for her work in the trademarks sector. She focuses on intellectual property, privacy and data security. Bray also has extensive experience in global trademark prosecution and brand/content/publicity clearance, licensing and enforcement. She is a certified privacy professional (CIPP/US) and represents a diverse client base.
Davies is a partner in Denver and leads the firm's national real estate practice group. She focuses primarily on real estate titles; commercial real estate sales, leasing and development; and commercial lending. Davies has represented buyers, sellers, landlrds, tenants, lenders and borrowers in all phases of real estate leasing and lending transactions.
Hanlon-Leh is a partner in Denver and leads FaegreBD's national intellectual property practice group. Recognized by the Women in Law awards for her work in intellectual property, Hanlon-Leh counsels on complex patent, copyright, trademark and trade secrets cases. Her litigation practice involves a wide range of technologies, and she has substantial expertise with injunctions and expedited proceedings.
Award recipients will be honored in the May 2014 Women in Law Awards Winners' Edition of Lawyer Monthly magazine. Lawyer Monthly is a news website and monthly legal publication focusing on significant legal news around the world.