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Christina D. Brown-Marshall, Ph.D.

Associate

Atlanta, GA
404-724-2760
brown-marshall@fr.com
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Background

Christina Brown-Marshall, Ph.D. is an Associate in the Atlanta office of Fish & Richardson. Her practice focuses on patent and mass tort product liability litigation.  Dr. Brown-Marshall has also successfully represented clients facing scrutiny by federal prosecutors and regulatory agencies, including conducting related internal investigations.  She has experience in a variety of technological fields, including medical devices, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and device manufacturing.  Her litigation experience encompasses all phases of litigation including conducting pre-suit diligence; managing discovery; drafting and arguing motions; and culminating in trial.

Dr. Brown-Marshall earned her J.D. and Ph.D. in Chemistry from Stanford University.  As a Stanford Law student, she served as co-president of the BioLaw and Health Policy Society.  As a graduate student, her research focused on computational modeling of enzymes involved in drug synthesis.  Dr. Brown-Marshall was also a founding member of the Stanford Chemistry Department’s Women’s Committee on Graduate Life.  She also graduated summa cum laude ​from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry.

Dr. Brown-Marshall was a Summer Associate of the firm in 2010 and a legal intern for Solazyme Inc. in 2009.

Education

J.D., Stanford Law School 2011
Stanford Technology Law Review


Ph.D., Stanford University 2008
Chemistry


B.S., University of Kentucky 2001
Chemistry, minor in French
summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Admissions

  • California 2011

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications and Presentations
“Non-IP Life Sciences Litigation,” Life Sciences Intellectual Property Summit (Redwood City, California, November 3, 2016)

“Spectroscopic and Electronic Structure Studies of the Role of Active Site Interactions in the Decarboxylation Reaction of α-keto Acid-Dependent Dioxygenases” Neidig, M.L.; Brown, C.D.; Kavana, M.; Choroba, O.W.; Spencer, J.B.; Moran, G.R.; Solomon, E.I. J. Inorg. Biochem., 2006, 100, 2108-2116.

“VTVH-MCD and DFT Studies of Thiolate Bonding to {FeNO}7/{Fe02}8 Complexes of Isopenicillin N Synthase: Substrate Determination of Oxidase versus Oxygenase Activity in Nonheme Fe Enzymes” Brown, C.D.; Neidig, M.L.; Neibergall, M. B.; Lipscomb, J.D.; Solomon, E.I. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2007, 129, 7427-7438.

“CD and MCD of CytC3 and Taurine Dioxygenase: Role of the Facial Triad in α-KG-Dependent Oxygenases” Neidig, M.L.; Brown, C.D.; Light, K.M.; Fujimori, D.G.; Nolan, E.M.; Price, J.C.; Barr, E. W.; Bollinger, J.M.; Krebs, C.; Walsh, C.T.; Solomon, E.I. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2007, 129, 14224- 14231.

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