Ksenia is an experienced IP litigator who counsels clients on US intellectual property law issues across a wide variety of modern and emerging technologies.
She has substantial experience in all aspects of litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in patent cases, including Hatch-Waxman litigations, before the Federal District Courts, at the International Trade Commission, in post-grant proceedings at the US Patent and Trademark Office, and in appeals from these proceedings.
She has also handled other IP-related disputes, including trade secret, false advertising, and antitrust issues, in both Federal and State Courts. Ksenia represents clients in transactions, such as settlement negotiations and IP licensing discussions, and performs due diligence and opinion work, including freedom-to-operate, patentability, infringement and validity analyses.
Drawing on her extensive educational and research background in the mechanical and chemical engineering arts, she is able to effectively handle disputes in virtually any technical field, such as mechanical and medical devices, electrical and computer technology, life sciences, chemical, materials, and consumer products.
She writes and speaks on the current intellectual property law issues, and is active in professional associations for intellectual property and technology professionals.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ksenia gained significant experience studying multicomponent multiphase biological fluid flows in microchannels. Her work contributed to the pioneering discovery of vortex generation in microfluidic devices, applicable to micromixing and drug delivery applications.
Ksenia also spent time as a graduate researcher at the Russian Oil and Gas Research Institute, doing numerical simulations of pressure-driven multiphase fluid flows in porous media.
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