Karen Morris' problem solving and analytical abilities make her an invaluable asset both to the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Litigation team, as well as its clients.
As a patent attorney admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Karen focuses her practice on a variety of issues including patent, trademark, and copyright matters. She combines her background and training in biochemistry with her intellectual property experience to assist clients on a variety of complex scientific and technical issues.
Karen has represented a variety of companies with diverse intellectual property portfolios, including generic pharmaceutical companies, nutraceutical companies, and software companies, among others. She is experienced in all phases of patent litigation including initial case assessment, case development, overseeing fact and expert discovery, claim construction briefing and argument, dispositive motions practice, and alternative dispute resolution.
"In everything I do for our clients, I put myself in their shoes. I strive to understand their goals and priorities not just for a given lawsuit but for their business as a whole."