Amy L. Fulton’s practice focuses on patent litigation in federal court and before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Amy’s experience includes all aspects of pre-trial preparation including responding to discovery requests, drafting legal briefs, and assisting with deposition preparation.
Amy also has significant experience managing the electronic review of documents for complex litigation matters, overseeing production of documents, and drafting privilege logs.
Amy worked as a discovery consultant and project manager at Axiom Law with an emphasis on complex litigation. She received a certification in project management from DePaul University.
Amy served as a research assistant at Suffolk University Law School, assisting with supplementation to Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, 8th ed., Avery/Brodin.
Suffolk University Law School J.D., 2008
Michigan State University B.A., Social Relations, 2004