Maegan Fuller has experience in all aspects of complex patent litigation in U.S. District Court, the Federal Circuit, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She also has experience in patent and trademark licensing and prosecution, as well as providing patent non-infringement and invalidity opinions. In addition to traditional IP services, Maegan handles corporate deals centered around traditional IP assets as well as non-traditional IP, such as data transfer. Maegan’s recent transactions and representations include:
Represented a Tier 1 mulitnational bank in a collaboration regarding the creation of ESG reference data
Represented a Tier 1 multinational bank as a defendant in a patent litigation case winning on a motion to dismiss the case under 35 U.S.C. § 101
Participated as a trial team member representing Angiodynamics as defendant in a patent litigation case winning on JMOL on all claims and defenses
Represented an animal drug company successfully in arbitration against a contract research organization who had held the drug company’s clinical trial data for over two years
Represented Anheuser-Busch as patent owner successfully defending against an IPR filed by its competitor Heineken against its patents in the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
Maegan’s practice focuses on a wide array of technology areas, including computer hardware and software, data, materials engineering, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Prior to joining Cadwalader, Maegan was an associate at Lerner, David, Littenberg, Krumholz & Mentlik LLP.
Maegan earned her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. During law school, she was a member of the Brooklyn Law Incubator Clinic, helping the local start-up community with intellectual property rights issues and policies. At Cadwalader she continues to serve in this role as a participant in Cadwalader’s Small Business Clinic. Prior to law school, Maegan attended the University of Alabama, majoring in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. She worked for several years as a technology consultant for Deloitte LLP, providing software solutions for the Department of Defense and the State of Maine’s health management systems.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Maegan Fuller