Tammy Pennington Rhodes practices in the area of intellectual property litigation, focusing primarily on matters related to electronic devices, software and networks.
Ms. Rhodes has experience with general intellectual property matters, including all phases of patent preparation. Ms. Rhodes has prepared and/or prosecuted hundreds of patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, including patent applications directed to software, computer systems, storage networks and drilling equipment. Ms. Rhodes also has represented clients before the U.S. Patent Office regarding reexamination proceedings.
Prior to law school, Ms. Rhodes worked for Lexmark International, QMS, and as a programming contractor, where her work included designing, testing and programming hardware for a variety of projects, as well as software programming for multiple platforms.