Veteran IP attorney Kristen Healey Cramer represents domestic and international clients in high-stakes patent infringement litigation. Kristen has served as lead counsel in patent infringement actions in federal district and appellate courts and in inter partes review proceedings before the Patent and Trial Appeal Board. She also has served as local trial counsel in the districts of both Delaware and New Jersey.
In addition to representing pharmaceutical clients in Hatch-Waxman litigation, she has litigated patent matters involving medical devices, biotechnology, consumer products and electronics, computer networks, power and business methods, among other technologies and assets. She also advises clients regarding transactional IP matters, including licenses and other agreements, and provides patent opinions. Kristen’s peers selected her for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America for Intellectual Property Litigation.
Kristen is involved in several bar associations and performs pro bono service representing children with Delaware’s Office of Child Advocate. She also serves on the firm’s Diversity Committee, leads the firm’s IP Content Committee, and is active in the ACC’s Greater Philadelphia chapter.
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- Trial counsel for a large branded pharmaceutical company in multiple ANDA litigations regarding formulation and method-of-treatment patents related to treating gastrointestinal disease.
- Counsel for a large branded pharmaceutical company in an inter partes review of a patent directed at treating ulcerative colitis.
- Defense counsel for a Fortune 500 power company in a patent infringement suit involving smart meters.
- Defense counsel and appellate counsel for a large medical device company owned by a Fortune 500 company in a patent infringement suit involving methods of using electrochemical sensors for blood glucose monitoring.