Farrah Reynolds is a staff attorney in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office and a member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice. Farrah focuses her practice primarily on patent litigation with a particular emphasis on representing clients in technology and pharmaceutical, biological, and chemical arts industries.
She also practices trademark litigation and prosecution as part of the O’Melveny & Myers Trademark Practice Group. Before attending law school, Farrah worked as a research fellow at the UCLA Computer Science Department where she worked on sensor network algorithms and chip placement algorithms using C/C++ and Java programming languages on UNIX, Linux and PC systems.
Farrah has also worked for Twentieth Television as the sole Production Attorney for a syndicated daytime television show where she was responsible for clearance of content, risk management, and negotiation and drafting of agreements including producer and talent agreements, lease agreements, content and appearance releases, and more.
- Representing one of the first high speed network companies in a case involving patent claims (C.D. California)
- Representing a leading computer and electronics company in a patent infringement case involving sixteen asserted patents relating to features of smartphones, tablet devices and portable media players (D. Delaware)
- Represented pharmaceutical company against multiple generic companies in ANDA litigation on patent related to breast cancer treatment (D.N.J.)
- New York
- University of California at Los Angeles, J.D., Business Specialization, 2008
- University of California at Los Angeles, B.S., Chemistry with a minor-equivalent in Computer Science (completed the Breadth Requirements for a Masters in Computer Science), 2002
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