Emily J. Greb focuses her practice on patent infringement litigation and post-grant review proceedings in front of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Emily has been a core team member of patent litigation teams that have secured victories at many stages of litigation, including trial and preliminary injunction. In addition, Emily has worked to secure victories in inter partes review proceedings. Emily’s practice concentrates on life science technologies and includes significant experience in Hatch-Waxman litigation.
Emily is experienced at all stages of litigation, including developing case strategies beginning prior to filing of a complaint and through trial and appellate proceedings. She has appeared in federal courts across the country as trial counsel. Her experience includes presenting witnesses in and preparing them for court appearances.
In addition, Emily has significant experience in all stages of discovery in district court and PTAB proceedings, including taking and defending fact and expert depositions as well as preparing witnesses for deposition. On a number of occasions, Emily has worked through parallel proceedings in front of district courts and the PTAB.
Prior to law school, Emily earned a Master of Science degree in bacteriology and worked in the biotechnology field for a company specializing in the production of molecular biology research tools, giving Emily extensive technical knowledge in molecular biology research and biotechnology.