Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy: NYU School of Law
Analyzing data starting in 2010 and drawing from 26 years of personal experience as a First Chair patent litigator, Engelberg Center Fellow Patricia Martone explores the current state of women at the top of patent litigation.
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Engelberg Center for Students
The Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy provides a unique, interdisciplinary environment where scholars can examine the key drivers of innovation as well as the law and policy that best support innovation.
Students are involved in the Engelberg Center in a number of ways. They participate in events, engage with members of the Center, and work as fellows on research and projects. They can also take introductory and advanced courses on a range of topics that connect with the Center’s work.
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Women continue to face barriers in leading patent trials after a decade of almost no growth kept their share of first chair roles under 10%, according to a report by Patricia A. Martone, a long-time female patent trial lawyer.
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