November 18, 2018

Ksenia Takhistova

Ksenia’s practice focuses on IP litigation and client counseling across a wide variety of modern technologies. She has substantial experience in all aspects of litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in patent cases (including ANDA litigations) before the Federal District Courts, at the International Trade Commission, and in post-grant proceedings (IPRs) at the US Patent and Trademark Office. She also handles trademark (false advertising) and trade secret disputes in both Federal and State Courts. Ksenia also represents clients in settlement negotiations and IP licensing discussions, and performs due diligence and opinion work, including freedom-to-operate, patentability, infringement and validity analyses. Drawing on her educational and professional background in both the mechanical and chemical engineering fields, she is experienced in handling disputes in mechanical and medical devices, electrical and computer, life sciences, chemical, materials, and consumer products areas. She frequently writes on the current intellectual property law issues, and is active in professional associations for intellectual property and technology professionals.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Ksenia Takhistova