Managing IP Selects Mandy Wilson Decker to 2022 “Top 250 Women in IP” List for Eighth Time
by Stites & Harbison, PLLC
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Managing Intellectual Property (Managing IP) magazine recently selected Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Mandy Wilson Decker to the 2022 edition of Managing IP’s “Top 250 Women in IP.” This is the eighth time Decker has been honored on this list, and she is the only attorney honored from Kentucky.
The “Top 250 Women in IP” list recognizes the leading women IP lawyers at the international level. Nominees are selected from the global research conducted for Managing IP’s 2022 “IP Stars” list, which included extensive client and peer interviews. The highest ranking women attorneys from that list make up the “Top 250 Women in IP.”
Decker is a Member (Partner) of Stites & Harbison based in Louisville and Lexington. She is a Registered Patent Attorney. Her practice focuses on intellectual property protection strategy, including counseling clients on infringement, validity and patentability, transfer of intellectual property, patent drafting and patent prosecution. Contributing to her practice is a scientific background in chemistry and experience with academic and commercial research in the areas of biochemistry, biotechnology and pharmaceutical sciences. Decker is regularly called upon to speak across the country on issues relating to patent prosecution, protecting intellectual property, intellectual property strategies in a global marketplace and life sciences technologies.
Within Stites & Harbison, Decker was most recently chair of the firm’s 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. Outside of the firm, she is active in a variety of professional and community organizations. She is a member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Association of University Technology Managers, the American Bar Association’s Health Law Section and the American Health Lawyers Association. Additionally, Decker is a member of Kentucky Intellectual Property Alliance’s Executive Advisory Committee.