Patricia Dean is a paralegal in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice. She specializes in Intellectual Property Litigation. She has worked with a wide range of clients in commercial litigation including consumer products, medical devices, computer technology, and sports equipment. Patricia has more than 20 years of experience as a litigation paralegal. She has been with the firm since 2008.
- Cerner v. Visicu and Visicu v. iMDsoft
Patent litigations alleging patent infringement, patent invalidity and trade secret fraud related to remote hospital ICUs systems.
- Riddell v. Schutt
Patent litigation alleging patent infringement and patent invalidity related to football helmets.
- UCAL v. MTI
Patent litigation alleging patent infringement, patent invalidity and antitrust related to brain aneurysm coils.
- Briggs & Stratton v. Kohler
Patent litigation alleging patent infringement and patent invalidity related to lawn mowers.
- PPC v. Arris
Patent litigation alleging patent infringement and patent invalidity related to cable connectors.
- Numerous Pro Bono matters related to prisoner civil rights.
- Madison Area Paralegal Association, 1994 - Present
Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois. Lawyer’s Assistant Program – Honors Certificate, 1990
University of Wisconsin at Madison, Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a Certificate in Criminal Justice, 1987