Natalie Hanlon Leh is a partner at WilmerHale in the Litigation/Controversy Department and Co-Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s Denver office. She is an experienced intellectual property lawyer who serves as lead counsel in patent, copyright, trademark and trade secrets matters. As part of Ms. Hanlon Leh’s litigation practice, she represents clients in a wide range of technologies, including automotive head units and navigation systems, mapping technology used in ambulances, wheel alignment systems, LTE and other networking used in autos and other devices, software, cloud storage, and fiber-optic networks. Ms. Hanlon Leh has substantial experience with injunctions and expedited proceedings. Since 2004, Ms. Hanlon Leh has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado School of Law, where she teaches patent litigation. ManagingIP recently recognized Ms. Hanlon Leh as the Colorado Outstanding IP Litigator of the Year for the second time and has been named an IP Star since 2013. Ms. Hanlon Leh is a 1989 graduate of Harvard Law School.