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Ms. Fassbender regularly represents international clients, including particularly businesses and organizations in Asia and Europe, on a range of IP matters. She works closely with clients to develop innovative and cost-effective case strategy to favorably resolve litigation or achieve other legal objectives.
Ms. Fassbender currently serves as a deputy to Orrick's Women's Initiative. She previously co-chaired the Associates Committee of Orrick's Washington, D.C., office, and received the Mentory of the Year award in 2011. Ms. Fassbender joined Orrick's New York office in 2007. While in New York, Ms. Szego served on the Associates Committee for the Children's Aid Society in New York City and helped plan substantive programming by the Copyright Society of the USA.
Prior to joining Orrick, Ms. Fassbender was an associate in the Miami office of Akerman. She served the Miami community on the Board of Directors of the Dade County Bar Association and as a member of the Dade County eMentor program and the Women's Fund of Miami-Dade.
Ms. Fassbender is on the Board of Directors of Sister Cities Nashville and the Board of Directors for the McNeilly Center for Children, a non-profit childcare center for children from low-income families.
Some of her notable matters include: