Maureen Long is a registered patent attorney who focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Maureen worked as an intellectual property litigation associate in the Washington, D.C. office of an international law firm where she drafted offensive and defensive discovery correspondence, prepared for and took depositions, reviewed documents for responsiveness and privilege, developed invalidity/validity and noninfringement/infringement positions, and consulted with clients on case strategy for U.S. district court litigation. Maureen also worked as a student associate at an intellectual property boutique law firm, where she prosecuted patents in the life sciences and chemical arts.
While attending law school, Maureen was Student Editor-in-Chief of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal. She also served as a judicial intern for Administrative Law Judge Sandra Dee Lord at the International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., a law clerk in the Office of Civil Enforcement’s Waste and Chemical Enforcement Division of the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C., and a legal intern in the Office of Chief Counsel at the Transportation Security Administration in its Procurement Division.
Before attending law school, Maureen was an acquisition program engineer with ManTech, where she supported the Canine Program Manager in the Explosives Division of the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate.
George Washington University Law School, J.D. (2016) with highest honors, Order of the Coif
University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science, B.S., Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (2009) Dean's List
Admitted in District of Columbia only. Not admitted to practice in North Carolina; practice limited to federal law.
District of Columbia (2016)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2016)
Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court, Member
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member
American Bar Association, Member
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