Janeen Vilven-Doggett - Peacock Myers, P.C.

Janeen Vilven-Doggett

Listed in Best Lawyers since 2010

Intellectual Property, Biotechnology Law

Professional Recognition:

New Mexico Business Weekly Who’s Who in Technology 2011

Best Lawyers in America, Biotechnology Law (2010 – present)

Ethics in Business Award 2009

Quality of Life Employer Award 2009

Issued Patents:

7,109,041 and 7,018,846

Selected Work Experience:

Peacock Myers, P.C., Albuquerque, New Mexico,


Registered Patent Attorney working in patent prosecution in biotechnology, computer science, chemical and pharmaceutical sciences, genetics, medical device, nanotechnology, and optics.  Also handling patent, trademark, intellectual property litigation and licensing matters.  FDA counseling regarding medical device, pharmaceutical applications and product labeling requirements.

Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, LLC, Reston, Virginia and Corrales, New Mexico

Attorney, February 2001-December 2004

Registered Patent Agent/Attorney working in patent, trademark, copyright and licensing matters, intellectual property audits, employment agreements, non-compete and confidentiality agreements, commercialization strategies, export practice and security clearance matters. 

Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin & Robb, P.A., Albuquerque, New Mexico

Summer Associate/Registered Patent Agent, Summer 2000

Associate working in patent, trademark, and copyright matters.

University of New Mexico, Office of University Counsel, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Clerkship, Summer 1999-December 1999

Working in patent infringement and patent assignment breach matters, patent docket management and government reporting in compliance with Bayh-Dole Act.  Worked with University faculty to draft financial conflicts of interest management statement. 

University of New Mexico Health Science Center, Department of Pathology

Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow, 1991-1998

Developed screening system for non-cellular display of membrane bound protein/ligand interactions using FRET and fluorescent ligand-receptor interactions. Characterized chemokine receptors through mutation of receptor’s ligand-binding domains and complementary modifications in ligand structure. Responsible for compliance with human and animal subject research regulations, hazardous materials regulations and control of human biologics and radioactive materials.

Community and Professional Activities:

NMBIO, Past President, Board of Directors, Secretary, 2002-Present

Biotechnology Industry Organization, Intellectual Property Committee, member

TVC Advisor

American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

International Trademark Association, 2011

CNM, Chair of Biotechnology Advisory Committee

A Child’s Garden, Board of Directors

Junior League of Albuquerque, sustainer

Office Location

Albuquerque Plaza, Suite 1340
201 Third Street, NW
P.O. Box 26927
Albuquerque, NM 87125
United States

Practice Areas

Biotechnology Law