Ms. Stein is an IP litigator who focuses her practice on intellectual property disputes, primarily in the patent and trademark areas.
She has extensive experience litigating a broad variety of patent infringement and related matters, including pharmaceuticals and life science (antibiotics, anti-depressants, epilepsy, pain, ADHD, sleep apnea, and asthma medications), GPS, and packaging, and has litigated trademark ownership and/or infringement disputes involving perfume, apparel, and electronics. Ms. Stein has appeared before federal courts throughout the United States and before the Court of Appeals for the D.C. and Federal Circuits, most recently obtaining a Rule 36 affirmance of five separate summary judgments concerning alleged patent infringement, false patent marking, and commercial claims.
She has litigated straight infringement cases, as well as administrative law matters relevant to pharmaceutical companies regarding the approval of generic drugs and listing of patent information in the Orange Book.
Ms. Stein is active in the legal community, both speaking on matters concerning intellectual property and participating in the federal litigation bar. Now serving her third term on the editorial board of the New York Minutes publication of the S.D.N.Y. Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (FBA) (2014-present), she is also currently National Delegate for the FBA's S.D.N.Y. Chapter.