Brittany J. Maxey founded Maxey Law Offices, PLLC in 2008. She is a patent attorney, registered to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office, a field in which less than one percent of all attorneys are designated and of that group less than one-fifth are female. Brittany brings to the job a diverse legal background with experience in the mechanical arts, pharmaceutical and biological industries. In addition to providing legal counsel, she manages all aspects of clients’ intellectual property needs including procurement of patents, trademarks and copyrights, trade secrets and technology licensing.
After completing her undergraduate degree, Brittany completed an ABA-certified paralegal certification program and was given the opportunity to work in the intellectual property department of a prominent law firm. She earned her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law, where she served as diversity chairperson, a school ambassador and a member of student government.
A frequent guest speaker, presenter and lecturer, Brittany also appears on the radio program, “Ask an Attorney” during which she responds to call-in legal questions about various intellectual property topics. Whether it’s before a group, on-air or with a client sitting in her office, she enjoys the process of breaking down the complexities of intellectual property law into real-world terms to help clients understand the value and critical nature of protecting their business’s brand or products.
Brittany has received the Leaders in the Law Award by the Florida Association of Women Lawyers and was nominated in 2010 for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Rising Star Award and in 2011 for the Business Woman of the Year. She also was named a finalist for the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce’s Leaders of Tomorrow Today Award.
Paige Greenlee and Brittany Maxey-Fisher talk about their career experiences.
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