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Background

Brandon Pakkebier is a litigation associate in Fish & Richardson’s Delaware office. His practice focuses on complex patent and commercial litigation for U.S. and international clients. Mr. Pakkebier has worked on patent cases involving manufacturing, chemicals, life sciences, biosimilars, and pharmaceuticals (including Hatch-Waxman litigation) and commercial cases interpreting Delaware LLC agreements in contractual disputes. Mr. Pakkebier has experience in all phases of litigation, including pre-suit diligence, case management, preliminary injunctions, document collection and production, and fact and expert discovery. In addition to representing clients in Delaware Chancery Court and the U.S. District Courts, Mr. Pakkebier also has experience handling Section 337 Investigations at the International Trade Commission.

Mr. Pakkebier is also passionate about pro bono work. He represented asylum applicants and currently counsels low-income individuals on a broad range of issues including family law, consumer issues, landlord-tenant, taxation, and more.

Education

University of Iowa College of Law 2018
with high distinction, J.D.
Managing Editor, Iowa Law Review
Giles Sutherland Rich Patent Moot Court National Trial Advocacy Team Member


University of Minnesota - Twin Cities 2015
Plant Biology, B.S.

Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • Delaware 2018
  • Minnesota 2019

Other Distinctions

Publications

“Form Over Function: A Remedy to the Visual Artist Rights Act’s Exclusion of Art With Functional Qualities,” Iowa Law Review (March 2018).

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