Denise Main Ph.D.’s practice focuses on U.S. district court and appellate litigation, with particular experience related to the Hatch-Waxman Act governing the approval of pharmaceutical drugs. She manages day-to-day litigation activities in actions involving multiple parties.
Denise’s broad experience includes conducting offensive and defensive discovery, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, taking and defending witnesses in court, drafting trial and appellate briefs, conducting U.S. and foreign prosecution, and preparing patent applications and ex parte reexaminations.
Denise has handled matters involving a wide array of technologies with a focus on the pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology, and mechanical arts. She has assisted clients in the fields of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, hair dyes, pesticides, packaging materials, polymeric materials, and drug delivery systems.
Denise’s graduate studies focused on alternative synthetic routes to HIV protease inhibitors. Her undergraduate studies focused on synthesis of heterocyclic compounds as potential anti-cancer agents.
In addition to her litigation practice, Denise advises clients on a variety of patent matters, including polymorph issues, Orange-Book listing patents, U.S. and foreign IP portfolio management, freedom to operate, settlement, licensing, and antitrust issues.
- American University, Washington College of Law J.D., 2005
- University of Florida Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, 2000
- University of Central Florida B.S., Chemistry, 1993
- District of Columbia
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
- Supreme Court of the United States
Professional Activities :
- American Bar Association
- American Chemical Society
- American Intellectual Property Association
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