Christina Brown-Marshall, Ph.D. is a principal in the Atlanta office of Fish & Richardson P.C. Her practice focuses on patent and mass tort product liability litigation. Dr. Brown-Marshall has also successfully represented clients facing scrutiny by federal prosecutors and regulatory agencies, including conducting related internal investigations. She has experience in a variety of technological fields, including medical devices, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and device manufacturing. Her litigation experience encompasses all phases of litigation including conducting pre-suit diligence; managing discovery; drafting and arguing motions; and culminating in trial.
Dr. Brown-Marshall earned her J.D. from Stanford Law School and her Ph.D. in chemistry from Stanford University. As a law student, she served as co-president of the BioLaw and Health Policy Society. As a graduate student, her research focused on computational modeling of enzymes involved in drug synthesis. Dr. Brown-Marshall was also a founding member of the Stanford chemistry department's women's committee on graduate life. She also graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry.
Dr. Brown-Marshall was a summer associate of the firm in 2010 and a legal intern for Solazyme Inc. in 2009.
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