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Varnum Welcomes Intellectual Property Attorney Staci DeRegnaucourt

July 13, 2021

Named in World Trademark Review 1000 and WTR Global Leaders, DeRegnaucourt to bolster the firm's IP capabilities in Ann Arbor

Varnum is pleased to announce that Staci DeRegnaucourt has joined the firm’s intellectual property practice team. She is based in Varnum’s Ann Arbor office.

DeRegnaucourt is a registered patent attorney with an engineering background. She provides a full range of intellectual property services including trademark, copyright, and patent clearance, procurement, licensing and enforcement; anti-counterfeiting; IP portfolio and brand management; startup consulting; and IP due diligence. She also represents clients in IP litigation matters and proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), the International Trade Commission (ITC), and United States courts.

DeRegnaucourt joins the firm from Quinn IP Law.

"We're excited to be adding someone of Staci's depth and market recognition to the firm," said Varnum Chair Ron DeWaard. "We've made several strategic additions to our Ann Arbor and Birmingham offices in the past few months and we look forward to continued growth through these lateral hires."

Among her honors, DeRegnaucourt has been consistently recognized in the World Trademark Review 1000 and WTR Global Leaders over the past seven years. The WTR 1000 research directory focuses exclusively on trademark practices and practitioners and is considered the leading resource for world-class legal trademark expertise. WTR Global Leaders draws on the market-leading research projects of the WTR 1000 (private practice) and the WTR 300 (in-house or corporate counsel), to identify the ‘best of the best’ in trademark practice.

DeRegnaucourt is a magna cum laude graduate of Michigan State University College of Law, where she served as Articles Editor for Michigan State Law Review. She received her undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Michigan State University.

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