Clark Hill Adds Ellie Steiner to Intellectual Property Team
Clark Hill announced today that Ellie Steiner has joined the firm as a Member of its Intellectual Property practice group.
Steiner, a life sciences litigator, is based in the firm’s San Diego office and brings more than 20 years of experience representing clients in pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical device matters.
“Joining Clark Hill is a tremendous opportunity. The firm’s commitment to excellence and client-focused approach align with my professional values. I am impressed by the collaborative atmosphere they have across practices and industry teams, and I look forward to growing Clark Hill’s intellectual property group in the pharmaceutical space,” Steiner said. “The stakes are high for our clients, and I am thrilled to work with my new colleagues to support our clients, drawing upon the firm’s depth and breadth of services.”
Steiner has also represented clients in complex patent litigation disputes involving software and semiconductor processing, as well as general commercial litigation matters. She has also litigated trademark and copyright cases and counsels clients on intellectual property licensing issues and patent validity and infringement before product development.
“We’re thrilled to have Ellie join us and expand the reach of our intellectual property group,” said Intellectual Property Business Unit Director John Ermanni. “Her focus in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries will greatly enhance our client offerings.”
Steiner earned her law degree from Duke University and has a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology.
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