Drew Ellis Published by Knoxville Bar Association
Drew Ellis recently authored an article for the Knoxville Bar Association’s (KBA) monthly DICTA publication. In “Do as I Say, Not as I Do,” Drew discusses technology aids in fitness and how the attachment to such gadgets often hinders participation or enjoyment of fitness activities. He also shares how his previous career as a bicycle engineer unknowingly helped prepare him for his legal practice.
To read the full article, visit the September 2022 DICTA issue.
Drew Ellis is an associate in Chambliss’ intellectual property section. He works with innovators and entrepreneurs of all sizes and from a large range of industries — big or small, simple of complex, large-company or solo-inventor, local or international — to protect their intellectual property rights, primarily through obtaining and enforcing patents and trademarks. He often advises clients on how to protect their rights from potential infringers, and obtaining federal, state, or international trademark registrations with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) or the appropriate authority. For more information on his practice and experience, visit Drew’s bio.