Kristyn is an Associate in Wiggin and Dana’s New Haven office, representing clients on a variety of matters, both corporate and litigation.
Kristyn has a particular interest in the areas of life sciences, intellectual property, and competition law, and has authored or co-authored articles on topics such as the scope and applicability of the Noerr Penningtondoctrine and competition issues arising in the context of Hatch-Waxman litigation. Before joining Wiggin and Dana, Kristyn was a Research Assistant to Associate Professor Paul R. Gugliuzza at the Boston University School of Law. Kristyn also served as a Teaching Assistant for Health Systems, Policy & Law at Boston University’s School of Public Health and for Antitrust Law at Boston University School of Law for Professor Keith N. Hylton. Prior to that, she was a Legal Intern at Vineyard Vines, LLC.
Kristyn received her J.D. cum laude from the Boston University School of Law where she served as a staff member of the American Journal of Law and Medicine. She received her B.S., magna cum laude, in Communications and her B.A., cum laude in Psychology from Boston University.