Sarah J. Fischer focuses her practice on intellectual property patent litigation and patent licensing disputes, particularly for life-science, pharmaceutical and high-tech clients, in district court and before the PTAB, on behalf of both patent holders and defendants/petitioners. She handles all facets of pretrial discovery, case management and trial preparations. Sarah also counsels clients on due diligence, pre-suit matters and claim drafting strategies.
Sarah clerked for Chief Judge Ron Clark of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.
Represented start up pharmaceutical company in post-grant proceedings*
Defended generic pharmaceutical company in several suits related to ADHD medications*
Represented patent owner through trial on matters related to encryption*
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