BLOOMFIELD HILLS — Kristin L. Murphy, a managing partner with Rader, Fishman & Grauer, was recently recognized by Michigan Lawyers Weekly as a 2013 Leader in the Law.
At Rader, Fishman & Grauer, a prominent national intellectual property law firm, Murphy is involved in domestic and foreign patent prosecution, patent opinion work, domestic trademark prosecution, trade secret counseling, intellectual property valuations/due diligence, and drafting and negotiation agreements relating to technology and intellectual property.
Murphy is the current president of the Women’s Bar Association – Oakland County Region of the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan. She is also the first vice-president of the Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association, a former co-chair of the Industrial Advisory Council for the School of Engineering at Western New England University, and serves on the board of directors for The Pink Fund; a Michigan-based charity that provides short-term financial aid to women and men who are in active treatment for and recovery from breast cancer
Thirty of Michigan’s top attorneys have been chosen for Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s Leaders in the Law, Class of 2013. Leaders were chosen from numerous nominations from around the state in all areas of law and included small and large law firm lawyers, politicians, judges, and those in public service.