Butler Snow attorney Adelee E. Traylor spoke at the Graphene Innovation & Research Conference on Tuesday, November 19 in Jackson, Mississippi, presenting on the intellectual property landscape of graphene. The two-day conference, presented by the National Graphene Association, brought leaders from academia, industry and government to focus on advances in graphene innovation and research that will have a regional and national economic impact. The National Graphene Association is the main organization and body in the U.S. advocating and promoting the commercialization of graphene, the thinnest material known to man that is 200 times stronger than steel.
Traylor is a member of Butler Snow’s Intellectual Property and Technology group. She focuses her practice on counseling companies and research institutions in connection with domestic and international technology acquisition, licensing, intellectual property protection and technology commercialization activities. She also prosecutes patents in diverse technology areas.
Traylor received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma and her master’s degree and Juris Doctor from the University of Oklahoma.