Laura Logsdon

Associate, New York

Biography

Overview

Laura Logsdon is a litigation associate in the New York office and a member of the Firm's Intellectual Property global practice. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in the areas of patent infringement and trade secret disputes, representing clients in the medical device, health insurance, and pharmaceutical industries. Laura has experience with all aspects of federal litigation, including initial assessment of claims and defenses, motion practice, electronic discovery, claim construction and Markman hearings in patent cases, and taking and defending depositions. Laura has trial experience in both federal and state courts.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
US District Court for the Federal Circuit
US District Court for the Southern District of New York
Education
JD
Notre Dame Law School
BA
Hunter College
Languages
English

Experience

Representation of an international pharmaceutical company in trade secret and declaratory judgment patent litigation in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Representation of a multinational automotive manufacturing corporation, in an appeal of a decision by the International Trade Commission involving trade dress infringement before the Federal Circuit. The appeal is ongoing.

Representation of an institutional asset manager in a complex contractual dispute involving international aviation investments. This case is ongoing.

Represented a leading manufacturer of intravascular heart pumps, in a patent infringement case, securing a favorable summary judgment motion of non-infringement.

Represented an international biopharmaceutical company in litigation under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act.

Represented a leading provider of technology services and solutions in a two-week trial before the New York Supreme Court, resulting in a multi-million dollar jury verdict.

Represented a leading health insurance company in an antitrust merger bench trial in the U.S. District of Columbia.