|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|IP Attorney/Patent Attorney||Cloutier Global||2015 - Present|
|Counsel to the Firm||Lane Powell PC||2013 - 2015|
|Special Counsel to the Firm||Karr Tuttle Campbell||2009 - 2013|
|Founding Member||Cloutier & Engle PLLC||2006 - 2009|
|Attorney||Connecticut Legal Services||1997 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Bar Association||Co-chair, Diversity Recruitment Subcommittee||2012 - Present|
|Washington Women Lawyers||Member||2007 - Present|
|Washington State Patent Law Association||Member||2007 - Present|
|Washington State Bar Association||N/A||2006 - Present|
|American Intellectual Property Law Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|King County Bar Association||Member||2006 - Present|
|National Association of Patent Practitioners||Chair, Government Affairs Committee||2013 - 2016|
|Connecticut Bar Association||Member||1998 - 2005|
|Rani Sikand v. Patricia Wilson-Coker, Commissioner of Social Services.||N/A|
|Raymond v. Rowland and Wilson-Coker||N/A|
|Karen L. v. Wilson-Coker||N/A|
|See all legal cases|
|Sikand v. Wilson-Coker||Challenge to failure of state to compensate for non-emergency transportation to a private psychologist for a destitute Medicaid recipient||2004|
|Raymond v. Rowland and Wilson-Coker||ADA Title II claim against Connecticut's welfare agency for its failure to identify and accommodate disabled applicants and beneficiaries, allowing them to obtain and maintain subsistence cash, food and medical benefits||2004|
|Karen L. v. Wilson-Coker||Due Process claim against Medicaid providers challenging their failure to provide adequate notice to Medicaid beneficiaries when medical coverage was denied||2003|
|Seattle University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1997|
|University of New Mexico||Nuclear Engineering||BS - Bachelor of Science||1990|
|University of Connecticut||Graduate Work In Mathematics||N/A||N/A|
|Idaho State University||Graduate Work In Nuclear Engineering||N/A||N/A|
|Legal Diversity Conference||Minority Women Lawyers in the Workplace||2007|
|Intellectual Property and Small Business||Protecting Intellectual Property To Grow Small Business||2007|
|Copyright and the Artist||Intellectual Property Law for Artists||2007|
|Training on how to conduct an administrative hearing||Taught Lawyers and Paralegals how to conduct administrative hearings||2004|
|Training for Legal Services Attorneys||Medicaid||2003|
Posted by Kyle
Priya was prompt with my needs, and allowed me to express my individual concerns as they came up in our meetings. I will work with her again whenever I have patent needs.
Posted by anonymous
This was my first time working with an attorney of any kind, and I was a little concerned and unsure what to expect. I called and emailed quite a few attorneys and most seemed too busy/uninterested to help.
Priya was very helpful from the start, and I felt like I have known her for quite some time. She gave me great advice about my utility patent, and I never felt like she was trying to gouge me or take advantage of me in any way. She actually ended up saving me money. And based on the calls I made, her rates are very fair!
I will definitely work with Priya again and I am very thankful that I selected her to represent me in my patent.
Posted by anonymous
I have dealt with a few patent attorneys in my time. Priya is dedicated to her clients. She goes out of her way to know her client as a person . And, she spends time actually getting to know your invention. Her fees are as reasonable as they get.
Billie Morelli, Criminal defense Attorney
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I wholeheartedly recommend Priya to my clients who seek small-business patent/invention assistance. Her patent application skills are top notch and she understands the special needs of the small business entrepreneur.