Stacy Taylor is the Senior Vice President, General Counsel of Adaptive Biotechnologies, a commercial-stage biotech company that aims to translate the genetics of the adaptive immune system into clinical products to diagnose and treat disease. As General Counsel, Stacy leads Adaptive’s legal functions, including strategic transactions; commercial contracting; corporate governance; and compliance with healthcare, privacy and securities laws, as well as the protection, enforcement and strategic monetization of Adaptive’s intellectual property assets. She is a registered patent attorney with decades of business law and litigation experience. Stacy was previously a partner in several major law firms, most recently DLA Piper, where she co-chaired the firm’s global medical device practice. She has also served as senior assistant general counsel for five business units at BTG International (now Boston Scientific), a life sciences product company. In the late 1990s, Stacy co-founded Endicor Medical, an interventional cardiology device company which was later acquired by Medtronic. Stacy holds degrees in biological sciences and chemistry from California Polytechnic State University and is registered to practice law in Washington and California.