Maegan Fuller has experience in all aspects of complex patent litigation in U.S. District Court, the Federal Circuit, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She also has experience in patent and trademark licensing and prosecution, as well as providing patent non-infringement and invalidity opinions. In addition to traditional IP services, Maegan handles corporate deals centered around traditional IP assets as well as non-traditional IP, such as data transfer. Maegan’s recent transactions and representations include:
- Represented a Tier 1 mulitnational bank in a collaboration regarding the creation of ESG reference data
- Represented a Tier 1 multinational bank as a defendant in a patent litigation case winning on a motion to dismiss the case under 35 U.S.C. § 101
- Participated as a trial team member representing Angiodynamics as defendant in a patent litigation case winning on JMOL on all claims and defenses
- Represented an animal drug company successfully in arbitration against a contract research organization who had held the drug company’s clinical trial data for over two years
- Represented Anheuser-Busch as patent owner successfully defending against an IPR filed by its competitor Heineken against its patents in the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
Maegan’s practice focuses on a wide array of technology areas, including computer hardware and software, data, materials engineering, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Prior to joining Cadwalader, Maegan was an associate at Lerner, David, Littenberg, Krumholz & Mentlik LLP.
Maegan earned her J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. During law school, she was a member of the Brooklyn Law Incubator Clinic, helping the local start-up community with intellectual property rights issues and policies. At Cadwalader she continues to serve in this role as a participant in Cadwalader’s Small Business Clinic. Prior to law school, Maegan attended the University of Alabama, majoring in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. She worked for several years as a technology consultant for Deloitte LLP, providing software solutions for the Department of Defense and the State of Maine’s health management systems.