Rory P. Pheiffer Began Tenure as President of Boston Patent Law AssociationPrint PDF
Rory P. Pheiffer, a partner in Nutter’s Intellectual Property (IP) Department, has begun his term as President of the Boston Patent Law Association (BPLA), one of the oldest, continuously active IP-based law associations in the country. Founded in 1924, the BPLA is a nonprofit association that includes more than one thousand IP professionals across New England. The BPLA is dedicated to provide educational programs and a forum for the interchange of ideas and information concerning patent, trademark, and copyright laws. Rory has served on the BPLA Board of Governors for the past six years, including in the roles of Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, and President-Elect. He has also served as co-chair of both the BPLA’s New Lawyers and Law Students Committee and the BPLA’s Invented Here! Committee.
During the upcoming year, Rory will continue the top-notch programming the BPLA delivers, while collaborating with other Bar associations and entrepreneurial groups to better coordinate their efforts for the greater good of the entire IP community in the New England area. For example, Rory plans to rely on his strong ties to the Boston Bar Association through his involvement in the BBA’s Public Interest Leadership Program to better synchronize the efforts of the BBA’s IP Law Section and the BPLA’s 26 committees.
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