Suzanne Siebert is a technical writer
and technical consultant in the field of intellectual property
with degrees in chemistry and law. Following
B.A. in chemistry from
the University of California at Berkeley, she worked six years
as a technical writer for a high vacuum and electronics company.
She cofounded an intellectual property law firm in San Francisco in 1982. While practicing as a patent and trademark attorney she wrote hundreds of chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical patents for clients, including The University of California, Stanford University, Hewlett Packard and The Clorox Company, and assisted The University of California, The Clorox Company and other clients in protecting their trademarks.
establishing Symbolic Solutions in 2001 she has worked with scientists to analyze
and organize their technical and research information and to create text and
illustrations for documentation, product manuals and client brochures in printed
publications and for the Web. She provides technical consulting services
for the intellectual
property portfolios of a select number of sophisticated clients.
In addition to extensive experience in intellectual property, she is also a Web designer conversant with image editing, vector drawing, desktop publishing, and HTML editing programs.
She plays period woodwinds with the Baroque ensemble Divertimenti, and also has or presently serves on the Boards of various non-profit organizations in the San Franciso Bay Area.