Janice (Lee) Logan brings a deep background in science and engineering to her intellectual property law practice, focusing primarily on chemistry, biotechnology, and medical devices. Janice guides clients through complex patent procurement and patent litigation matters. She also manages due diligence for intellectual property asset transactions. In particular, Janice has years of experience developing and managing patent portfolios for large and startup companies utilizing artificial intelligence in biotechnology, including digital therapies and diagnostics. Janice is fluent in Korean and Japanese.
Prior to entering legal practice, Janice developed stem cell coculture systems for musculoskeletal tissue engineering as her Ph.D. studies and her dissertation research focused on investigating differentiation of adult and embryonic stem cells. She also has published various articles and is an inventor of several patent and patent applications in the field.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2010, J.D.
Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, 2007, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
Cornell University, 2002, B.S., Materials Science and Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
District of Columbia
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Awards and Affiliations
Recommended, Intellectual property: Patents: prosecution (including re-examination and post-grant proceedings), The Legal 500 US (2019)