Drew focuses his practice on patent and trademark litigation, representing leading companies in the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, as well as consumer products manufacturers.
Drew has had significant experience at all stages of federal district court litigation and has developed expertise in complex case management, coordination of global discovery efforts, Markman strategy and briefing, and the selection and preparation of expert witnesses. Drew has also gained extensive experience briefing and arguing inter partes reviews, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Before practicing law, Drew worked for four years at the Loyola University Cardiovascular Institute conducting scientific research and gaining expertise in a variety of surgical and diagnostic procedures and techniques. Drew now applies the strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills that he honed in the laboratory to help his clients protect their innovations and achieve their long-term goals.
International Trade Commission (ITC)
Trademarks & Unfair Competition
The John Marshall Law School, 2014
B.S., Science Pre-Professional
University of Notre Dame, 2007
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fed. Cir.
AREA OF FOCUS
Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical
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