Angela Pechacek is an associate at Brooks, Cameron, & Huebsch. Angela attended the University of St. Thomas, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. While attending the University of St. Thomas, Angela was an intern at Polar Semiconductor where she developed dual plasma etch methods currently used in semiconductor production. After graduating from the University of St. Thomas, Angela began William Mitchell College of Law’s part-time program and worked as a manufacturing engineer designing automation tools at Seagate Technology and Stratasys. After working as an engineer for three years, Angela began an Intellectual Property Legal Internship at Seagate Technology. While at Seagate Technology, she developed IP business strategies through technology chokepoint analyses, conducted patent infringement and freedom to operate opinions, and assisted with invention harvests.