Jane D.  Tucker

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Jane D. Tucker

Jane Tucker is Of Counsel with Vandeventer Black in the firm's Norfolk office.  Jane concentrates her practice in intellectual property law, business transactions, ERISA and employee benefits matters, and creditors’ rights law.

Jane’s intellectual property practice involves trademark and copyright registration, as well as protection, sale and/or licensing of all forms of intellectual property, including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.  Jane was recently named as one of Virginia Business’ "Legal Elite" in the area of intellectual property law.

Her business practice focuses on general business transactions related primarily to closely held entities.

Jane’s ERISA and employee benefits practice concentrates on qualified retirement plans and welfare benefits, particularly in the areas of COBRA, USERRA and qualified domestic relations orders, with an emphasis on multiemployer plans.

Jane received her B.A. in History from the College of William & Mary and her J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of  William & Mary.  She is a frequent speaker on topics related to intellectual property law and is a member of the Intellectual Property Sections of the Virginia Bar Association and the American Bar Association.  

Jane is also involved in a number of community and civic organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia, where she currently serves as a director and chair of the Resource Development Committee.  

 

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