Carrie Richey’s primary focus is patent infringement litigation and protection of computer-related technologies. She has successfully represented clients in all phases of litigation, including investigation, discovery, law and motion, trial, and appeal.
Carrie has represented major technology, unicorn, and social networking companies across multiple patent litigation matters. These matters involve computer hardware and software patents related to computer and mobile security, the Internet, content distribution, and document storage and management. Carrie also has experience drafting Inter Partes Review petitions and developing claim construction, infringement, non-infringement and invalidity theories.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Carrie Richey