Emily Greb is counsel in the firm's Patent Litigation practice. She has represented clients in patent infringement suits in a range of technologies in district courts throughout the country, often focusing her practice on Hatch-Waxman litigation. In addition to district court patent litigation, Emily has also worked in inter partes reviews before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Prior to law school, she worked in the biotechnology field for a company specializing in the production of molecular biology research tools. Emily has a Master of Science degree in bacteriology and has extensive technical knowledge in molecular biology research and biotechnology.
- Western District of Wisconsin Bar Association's "Pro Bono Award"
- Winner, Wisconsin State Bar Intellectual Property Section Writing Competition
- James Madison Memorial High School, ELL Department, Volunteer Algebra Tutor
- Perkins Coie LLP, Madison, WI, Law Clerk
- Heller Ehrman LLP, Madison, WI, Summer Associate; Law Clerk
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, Intern for Magistrate Judge Callahan and Magistrate Judge Gorence
- Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), Madison, WI, Intellectual Property Intern
- University of Wisconsin - Madison, Department of Zoology, Biology Teaching Assistant
- Lucigen Corporation, Middleton, WI, Microbiology Research Intern
- University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI, Plant Pathology Laboratory of Dr. Robert Goodman, Guided Independent Research