As a member of the firm's Intellectual Property practice group, Erin Florek assists biotechnology, life sciences and technology-based companies in applying for and protecting U.S. and international patents.
With an emphasis in chemical, biochemical and biological patents, Erin counsels clients on freedom-to-operate issues, patent infringement issues, patentability and other due diligence issues. She regularly prepares non-infringement and invalidity opinions and assists in litigation analysis.
Erin’s experience involves a variety of subject matters, such as pediatric and adult nutritionals, skin science and technology, pesticide formulations, small molecule design, device coating, pharmaceuticals, bacteria-produced toxin inhibition, enzyme catalysts, microencapsulation, polymeric materials, heat transfer, semiconductor materials, electrochemical cells, hydrogen generation cells, confections and aircraft design.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Erin M. Florek