Charlotte Jacobsen is a USPTO-qualified, first-chair litigator with advanced scientific degrees and a deep understanding of biology and biotechnology. For almost 20 years, Charlotte has represented clients in complex pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent and licensing disputes. She has been lead trial counsel and won cases in the federal district courts, before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She also has experience with arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), and with pre-litigation work having handled comprehensive preparatory investigations for numerous blockbuster drugs.
As a skilled litigator, Charlotte frequently provides strategic advice concerning ongoing patent litigations, including assessing the risks associated with ANDA and other patent litigations for private equity and M&A deals.
In addition, Charlotte is admitted to practice in England & Wales and provides her clients with a unique global perspective. Prior to joining her previous firm, Charlotte practiced as a barrister and handled cases before every venue of importance in the U.K., including the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. Charlotte also has significant experience with patent oppositions before the European Patent Office, and over the last decade, Charlotte has coordinated multiple international life sciences disputes, skillfully devising and executing global litigation strategies.
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IP Litigation Attorney
New York-New York City
Special Assistant Attorney General