Lucy Tyson’s practice focuses on advising clients in a variety of matters related to the structuring and negotiating of services agreements for business process and information technology outsourcing and managed services. Lucy works with clients to develop and implement data privacy solutions that are compliant with global regulations. She has experience working across organizations, including compliance, HR, security, IT, and legal, to ensure that data privacy solutions are tailored to the client’s needs. Lucy also has experience in advising clients with the protection, maintenance, licensing and transfer of intellectual property assets, as well as in the prosecution and management of trademark portfolios. She has worked on United States and international patent clearance, prosecution and enforcement, and counsels clients on the protection of intellectual property assets in acquisitions. She advises clients in the energy, oilfield, chemical processing, petrochemicals, gas and biotechnology industries.
During law school, Lucy held an internship with U.S. Magistrate Judge Frances Stacy of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Lucy was awarded a 2011-2012 Houston Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA) Intellectual Property Law Scholarship.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Lucy Tyson