Linda is an experienced registered patent attorney who focuses her intellectual property practice on patent prosecution, particularly in the life sciences and medical technology industries. She brings an extensive and relevant background in chemistry to her work in patent procurement and prosecution.
Throughout her legal career, Linda has prosecuted a variety of domestic and international cases involving medical devices, consumer products, and other mechanical and chemical technologies. Additionally, Linda provides clients with patentability, invalidity, infringement, and freedom-to-operate opinions. She also has experience with European opposition proceedings.
During law school, Linda was a research assistant for The Honorable Judge Kimberly Moore in the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, who was a professor at the time. Linda also gained significant practical experience while working as a chemist at DuPont NEN Medical Research Products between college and law school.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Linda B. Azrin