December 18, 2019
Fitch Even partner Nikki Little recently co-moderated two educational programs presented by Chicago Women in IP (“ChiWIP”).
On November 6, she co-moderated a webinar on “In-House Attorney Self-Promotion,” during which a panel of in-house counsel advised women attorneys on raising their profiles and those of other women within their organization through various means.
On December 10, Nikki co-moderated a live panel discussion and webinar on “Litigation Financing.” Panelists including executives at Burford Capital explained the pros and cons of litigation financing, how it can help in-house legal departments offload risk and provide budget certainty, and how private practitioners can benefit from unique fee structures and leverage financing at various stages of a case.
Nikki is a cofounder of ChiWIP and currently serves as Chair of its Board of Directors, as well as Co-Chair of its Annual Dinner and Special Events Committees. ChiWIP is a vibrant networking and mentoring organization committed to the connection, promotion, and success of Chicagoland-area women working in the field of intellectual property law.
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