I represent clients in patent litigation matters involving a range of technologies, through all aspects of litigation. I also focus on ANDA litigation, to help bring generic drugs to the market.
I represent clients in taking something very complex – their invention and technology – and simplifying it into something digestible by a judge and jury. I help clients tell the story of their technology, and protect their rights and hard work, to make sure they get what they’ve earned, in a way that works for each client. One of my dad’s favorite phrases growing up was “Dress for the weather,” and I apply that every day – every set of circumstances is unique, and I work with our team to develop a creative strategy that succeeds for each individual matter. There is no universal right answer.
Teamwork is very important to me, both with my clients and with the other members of the patent litigation group, and we work together to complement each other’s strengths to achieve positive results for our clients.
Outside of work, I run a non-profit I co-founded called North Star Community Rowing, which empowers individuals, transforms lives, and builds community through the sport of rowing. We have programs for adults and adolescents with physical disabilities, and a youth program that combines the sport of rowing with personal development and academic support for high school and middle school students from under-resourced communities.