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Tammy Tanner

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Professional Experience

Tammy is a corporate attorney with a strong background in intellectual property and technology transactions. Her early career in software engineering allows her to intimately understand and address issues specific to IT firms. As an Attorney with Trusted Counsel, Tammy handles client contractual issues such as licensing, distributor and other revenue-generation agreements, as well as strategic alliances, partnerships and suppliers. She provides clients with corporate and strategic counsel services focusing on representing their multi-disciplinary needs, especially those in technology-based businesses. She also advises clients on structuring strategy, implementation and management of intellectual property legal issues (domestic and international) as well as brand protection, including building creative protection.

Tammy has excellent legal experience, including work at well-known Atlanta firms Waldon Adelman Castilla Hiestand & Prout; Founders Legal; and Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton. Her background includes supporting companies and independent inventors in obtaining patents and trademarks from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as well as other related activities. She also has driven and managed settlements in insurance defense cases. As an engineer, she worked at internationally recognized companies such as Rational Software and Raytheon Company.   

Tammy graduated from Jacksonville University with a B.S. in applied mathematics. She earned her J.D. from Emory University. 

interests outside of law

Tammy lives in Decatur with her husband, where they have recently remodeled a house.  They enjoy traveling and reading. Tammy also enjoys dog training and horseback riding. She is passionate about animal welfare and civil rights.  


J.D., 2014, Emory University
B.S., 1992, Jacksonville University

Professional & Business Affiliations

State Bar of Georgia – IP Section, Privacy and Technology Section
U.S. Patent Bar
Atlanta IP Inn of Court


“Giving Thanks for the Patent Pro Bono Program,” Law 360 (Nov. 24, 2015)