Kristina is a patent litigator and trial attorney who concentrates primarily in hardware and software matters in Section 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission (ITC). She brings extensive training and industry background in electrical and computer engineering to her practice, which focuses on highly technical aspects of patent litigation, including patent portfolio analysis and patent infringement and validity analyses.
Kristina has acted as the technical lead for multiple patents in complex patent litigation at the ITC adverse to some of the largest technology companies in the world. During these investigations, she has examined witnesses at trial, deposed scores of fact and expert witnesses, coordinated extensive multinational discovery, and managed large teams of technologists and litigators. She works closely with industry experts throughout all phases of litigation and related diligence. Kristina also represents clients in patent infringement cases in federal district courts.
Kristina has broad industry experience in hardware and software engineering, gained from her work at several technology companies and as an independent consultant. She applies this technical knowledge in representing her clients, both in litigation and in providing strategic counseling to help clients protect and leverage IP rights.
Kristina is an active member of IEEE.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kristina R. Cary