Tamara Fraizer helps her clients assess intellectual property (IP) related issues, leverage and enforce IP rights and defend against IP claims. Her expertise is patent litigation and she has litigated numerous patent cases in federal courts across the nation and at the US International Trade Commission. She is also a patent lawyer qualified to prosecute patents before the US Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and handle post-grant challenges to them. In addition to fighting for her clients in the courts and at the PTO, Tamara relies upon over 16 years of legal experience to provide her clients with sound IP assessments and counseling, and to help them effectively manage their IP disputes.
Tamara’s experience spans a variety of industries including life sciences, medical device, data analytics, pharmaceuticals, healthcare-related consumer products and software. She holds a PhD in Population Biology, which involves mathematical modeling of biological systems, and has active interests in digital health, bioinformatics and personalized medicine.
Tamara has litigated for and advised private businesses of all sizes, as well as the largest public corporations. She understands the strategic challenges that such companies face in developing and enforcing their patent portfolios, especially in competitive situations, and in defending against patents asserted by companies of all kinds. She works closely with her clients to understand their priorities and manage legal disputes with their business and overall goals in mind.
As a former university lecturer, Tamara enjoys speaking on IP law topics and mentoring younger lawyers. She also enjoys counseling entrepreneurs and start-ups on their IP strategy, helping position them for success.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tamara Fraizer Ph.D.