Labriah Lee is an associate in the firm's Intellectual Property Litigation Group. She focuses her practice on providing counsel to Fortune 100 and Fortune 1000 companies in connection with patent, trademark, and copyright litigation and counseling matters.
Ms. Lee received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law in 2008, where she was a Merit Scholar. At Howard, she served as senior notes and comments editor of the Howard Law Journal, student attorney in the Fair Housing Clinic and active member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association. She also received the CALI Awards for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Criminal Law. Ms. Lee received her B.S. in human and organizational development with emphasis in leadership and organizational effectiveness from Vanderbilt University in 2005. While at Vanderbilt, she served as a consultant for the International Teachers Assistant Program.
- Counsel to one of largest mobile communications companies in patent infringement litigation against Apple.
- Counsel to a fashion designer, travel website and retailer in connection with the expansion of its brand, anti-counterfeiting, trademark and domain name enforcement activities.
- Counsel to NCAA Division II Athletic Conference in connection with branding, trademark licensing, sponsorships, marketing, Web site development and content distribution matters.
- Active member of Georgia State Bar and Northern District of Georgia
- American Bar Association Intellectual Property Section member
- Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association member
- Sports Lawyers Association member
- Decatur Cooperative Ministry Board member
- Alston & Bird Hiring Committee