Jacqueline Tio and Giordana Mahn Recognized in WIPR Diversity 2023

World Intellectual Property Review has recognized Principal Jacqueline Tio and Of Counsel Giordana Mahn in the 2023 edition of WIPR Diversity. Tio was honored as a Diversity Champion for her dedication to supporting and advocating for diverse attorneys, while Mahn was named among the 2023 Trailblazers, a list of rising attorneys in their first decade of practice who are making an impact in IP law. 

Tio is a trial attorney who focuses her practice on advocating for clients in IP litigation matters in District Court and before the U.S. International Trade Commission, as well as in pre-suit due diligence. She is active in supporting women’s initiatives at Fish and has become a leading voice on the innovations, opportunities, and challenges in the industry of femtech, technology that addresses women’s health needs. Tio currently serves as co-chair of the Membership & Diversity Committee of the Atlanta Chapter of ChIPs and treasurer of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association. 

Mahn focuses her practice on helping inventors secure valuable patent rights for their consumer products, biomechanical, electromechanical, femtech, health and sex tech, and medical device innovations and technology. Outside of her patent practice, Mahn devotes considerable time to activism on behalf of women in technology, and her extensive pro bono practice focuses on legal advocacy related to reproductive rights, civil rights, mediation, and clemency and expungement.