Kindra Baer is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office practicing in the areas of patent litigation, complex civil litigation, and intellectual property. Ms. Baer has represented clients in matters across a variety of technology areas, including electronics, software, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductors.
- Representing multinational manufacturer of smart phones and tablets in the District of Delaware in a patent-infringement action involving mobile web browsing technology.
- Representing manufacturer of field-programmable gate arrays in the District of Delaware in suit for infringement of programmable logic patents.
- Represented major financial institution in the Eastern District of Texas in a patent-infringement action involving electronic payment software.
- Represented major pharmaceutical companies in Hatch-Waxman litigation, resulting in favorable settlements.
- Representated a multinational pharmaceutical company the Southern District of New York in patent infringement litigation involving three generic drug companies.
- Representing Army Reserve soldiers in civil rights action against the Department of Defense, challenging the Department’s combat exclusion policies.
- Represented a victim of human trafficking in bringing civil suit against her captors.