Gregory Latham is the founder of Intellectual Property Consulting, the largest boutique intellectual property law firm in the Gulf Coast area. Greg founded Intellectual Property Consulting (IPC) in 2007, following more than 10 years at the Jones Walker law firm. Greg has more than 20 years’ experience working with patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters. His practice includes helping clients secure intellectual property rights in the United States and internationally. He also litigates intellectual property matters – helping clients enforce their rights and, when necessary, assisting clients in defense of infringement claims.
Although IPC is based in New Orleans, Louisiana, IPC attorneys are admitted to practice across the country and within the United States Patent and Trademark Office. IPC has four lawyers who are members of the US Patent Bar, including Christina Chamberlain, who has nearly two decades of experience in the healthcare and biotechnology industries. Prior to joining IPC, Christina served as patent counsel for companies including Vanderbilt University, Eli Lilly, Celgene, and Iverson Genetics.
Between his time at Jones Walker, and his current practice with IPC, Greg served as General Counsel for a mid-size technology firm that specialized in federal, state and local government contracting. As General Counsel, he not only handled the company’s legal matters, but worked closely with the company’s Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Research and Development to develop new products and services for profitable commercialization.
Greg Latham earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois while studying computer science. He attended law school at Tulane University, where he graduated with honors.