October 16, 2019

Shelise Rupp and Matthew Healey Join Workman Nydegger as Newest Associates

By: Kathryn Perkins


SALT LAKE CITY, OCTOBER 16, 2019 – Intellectual property and litigation law firm Workman Nydegger is pleased to welcome Shelise Rupp and Matthew Healey as Associates to the firm.

Ms. Rupp is from Thousand Oaks, California and moved to Utah to attend Brigham Young University. She attended BYU for both her undergrad and law school degrees. Ms. Rupp majored in English as she enjoys reading, writing, and literature. Ms. Rupp grew up reading intellectual property textbooks from her family’s library and found it fascinating which has led to her career. Ms. Rupp has worked as a research fellow in the office of general counsel of Brigham Young University’s Copyright licensing office, and with three law firms on IP matters. Ms. Rupp has participated in a number of moot court competitions and enjoys attending them.

Matthew Healey is a registered patent attorney focused on the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in a variety of technology fields. Mr. Healey holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics and a minor in Mathematics from Brigham Young University. During his time as an undergraduate, Mr. Healey served as a teaching assistant in experimental physics, focusing on experimental apparatus fabrication and BSCCO high-temperature superconductor experimentation. In collaboration with Western Digital, Mr. Healey’s physics research focused on using domain microscopy and vibrating sample magnetometer to analyze the magnetic domain morphology of multilayer films that show promise for use in data storage devices.

Workman Nydegger specializes in intellectual property law and litigation.  The firm represents a wide array of clients in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, litigation and prosecution, unfair competition and related licensing matters, and possesses expertise in a diverse range of technologies, including computer systems, software, e-commerce and information technology; electronics and electrical engineering; pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, chemical, biotechnology, and medical and life science technologies; physics and optics; mechanics and mechanical engineering and alternative energy.  For additional information, please visit www.wnlaw.com.