Planning Committee and program co-chair, University of Texas Technology Law Conference (May 25, 2017).
Named a WIPR “Influential Woman in IP” (2019).
Recognized as an “IP Star” by Managing Intellectual Property (2013-2019).
Named to the IAM Patent 1000: The World’s Leading Patent Professional list (2016-2019).
Rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, highest possible rating for both legal ability and ethical standards (2019).
Recognized as a “Stand Out Lawyer” by Acritas (2018).
Recognized as a 2013 Top Rated – AV® Preeminent™ Lawyer in Intellectual Property Law.
Listed in “The World’s Leading Patent Litigators”, since 2011 by Intellectual Asset Management.
Ranked for Intellectual Property by Chambers Global, since 2008.
Listed in Best Lawyers in America, for Intellectual Property Litigation, Patent Litigation, and Patent Law (2007-2020).
Texas Lawyer, 2002 and 2007 surveys, one of top five “Go To” Intellectual Property Lawyers in Texas (the only lawyers so ranked in both surveys).
Listed in Texas Super Lawyers, since 2002.
Recent Presentations and Publications since joining Fish & Richardson
“California Law on Reverse Payment Settlements Goes into Effect” Fish Litigation Blog (January 7, 2020)
“Protecting Your Trade Secrets in a Recession,” Corporate Counsel (September 30, 2019).
“Stop Trade Secret Trolls Before They Start: A New Theory of ‘Fair and Honest’ Misappropriation of Trade Secrets,” Fish Litigation Blog (August 26, 2019).
“2017 – 2018 Patent Law Update,” Panelist, Lavender Law IP Workshop, (August 10, 2018 – New York City).
“Application of U.S. IP Law to Exports, Offshore, on the Outer-Continental Shelf, the High Seas and Overseas,” Co-speaker, 2nd Energy Industry Intellectual Property Law Conference (March 22, 2018 – Houston).
“Negotiation Ethics for In-House Counsel,” Co-speaker, Fish L.E.A.D. event (February 1, 2018 – Houston).
“ADR in IP,” Houston Intellectual Property Law Association’s 33rd Annual Institute on Intellectual Property Law (October 6, 2017 – Galveston).
“Licensing Standard Essential Patents and Protecting IP Rights,” Strafford Webinar (November 21, 2017).
“Infringement Remedies,” UT Advanced Patent Law Institute (November 2, 2017).
“Global Patent Licensing and Enforcement, Including Patent Exhaustion and the Role of the Impression v. Lexmark Decision,” Patent Law in Global Perspective Seminar (October 20, 2017).
“Patent-Specific Arbitration Law in the United States – What You Need To Know,” Fish Litigation Blog (October 9, 2017).
“Lexmark Creates Problems for Licensors and Sellers of Patented Products,” Fish Litigation Blog (October 2, 2017).
Speaker and Author, 2017 Patent Antitrust Update, State Bar of Texas Advanced Patent Law Conference (July 20, 2017).
“Can Good Behavior Avoid Bad Consequences Under Halo,” State Bar of Texas Advances Patent Law Seminar (July 2016).
“Arbitration in Technology Law,” UT Advanced Technology Law Seminar (May 2016).
“Damages Update” and “Damages Roundtable,” UT Advanced Patent Law Seminar (November 2016).
“Recent Developments in Technology Law,” UT Law 28th Annual Technology Conference (May 22, 2015).
Intellectual Property in Electronics and Software: A Global Guide to Rights and Their Applications, (2013), contributor.
International Global Rights in Software: A Guide to Rights and Their Applications, (2013), contributor.
Injunctive Relief for Standard-Essential Patents, Fish INSIGHTS Webinar, November 2013.
State Bar of Texas, Advanced Patent Law Seminar, August 2013, co-author, Antitrust and IP update
State Bar of Texas, Annual Meeting Dallas, Texas, June 2013, Speaker on Injunctions in Patent Cases
Co-panelist with Prof. Richard Gilbert, Antitrust Enforcement in the Licensing and Technology Arenas, 26th Annual Technology Law Conference by the University of Texas School of Law, May 23, 2013.
Speaker, February 17, 2012, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal Symposium, University of Texas Law School, “Patent Value”
Co-panelist with Steve Susman and Chad Everingham, Impact of America Invents Act on Multi-Defendant Litigation, Intellectual Property Owners Webinar Series, November 8, 2011.
2011 Federal Circuit Bar Association-Eastern District of Texas Joint Bench Bar Conference, planning committee member and presented on Antitrust and Patents.
2011 University of Texas Advanced Patent Law Seminar, planning committee member and panelist on Patent Damages
2011 University of Houston-Houston Intellectual Property Law 27th Institute on Patent Law, Patent Damages presentation
Quoted in “The Roles of Lead and Local Counsel”, Texas Lawyer, October 24, 2011.
Quoted in “The time is now to begin adapting TTO operations under America Invents Act”, Technology Transfer Tactics, Vol. 5, No. 10, p. 149, October 28 2011.
2011, “Patent Reform:Plan now or pay later — patent law changes that impact your business,” Houston Business Journal, August 5, 2011
2011, Seminar Presentation and Paper, International Patenting and Enforcement: What Your Company Should Be Doing Now!, State Bar of Texas Intellectual Property Law Seminar, July 15, 2011
2011, University of Texas Technology Law Conference, Maximizing Patent Value – Minimizing Cost: EU & IP & U, May 26, 2011
2011, Industry Standards in Patent Licensing and Litigation, BD Academy Webinar, April 15
2011, “Beware of ‘Guillotine Licenses’ for Patents with U.S. Companies,” China Intellectual Property, March-April, Issue 42
2011, “Are Reasonable Royalties An Equitable Remedy?” Texas Intellectual Property Journal 2011 Annual Symposium, February 18
2010, “Patent Math: Making Sure Your Strategies Add Up,” China IP Magazine, with Marc Stone, August 20 issue
Article, “Q&A: Often Abandoned, Patents Should Be Viewed as Assets,” Houston Business Journal, August 8, 2010
2010, “A Broken Spoke?,” The National Law Journal, May 31 issue
2010, “DO the Math: Overspending + Failing to Realize Patents’ Value = YOU Losing Money,” Corporate Counsel, with Marc Stone, May 20 issue
2010, “A New Checklist for Patent Damages,”Law360, April 19 issue
2010, “The UK’s Fast Lane For IP Enforcement” IP Law360, December 20 issue
Blog on Patent Business and Legal Strategies, www.patentmath.com, 2010
2010, Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference, Plano, Texas, Conference Planning Committee, & Moderator-Panelist on Improving Efficiency in Patent Litigation
2010, University of Texas Advanced Patent Law Seminar, Austin, Texas, Conference Planning Committee, Speaker on Patent Pools and Standard-Setting: In re Princo.
2010, Houston Intellectual Property Law Association, Conference Planning Committee
2009, University of Texas Advanced Patent Law Seminar, Austin, Texas, Panelist on damages and presented paper on Lucent v Gateway, Planning Committee member
2009, Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference, Frisco, Texas, Moderator for Panel on Eastern District Practice with Judges Ward and Clark, Attorney participant panel with Eastern District Bench, Planning Committee member
2009, “The Texas Four Step,” Initial Disclosures in the Eastern District of Texas, IP Litigator magazine, September Issue
2009, AIPLA Spring Meeting, San Diego, California, Panelist with Chief Judge Michel of the Federal Circuit; initial disclosures
2009, AIPLA, Winter Meeting, Miami Florida, Panelist on Litigation Management
2009, Fish & Richardson, Houston, Texas, Panel on Litigation and IP Management and Trends
2008, Counsel Café, Palo Alto, California, Panelist on Global Patent Litigation
2008, University of Texas Advanced Patent Law Seminar, Austin, Texas, Presentation on Antitrust and Patent Law Recent Developments, Planning Committee member
Prior to joining Fish & Richardson, Ms. Healey has spoken, participated as a panelist, and presented papers at multiple conferences each year since 1996, including for example, participating as a panelist on standard-setting and antitrust at the ABA Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C., presenting on litigation of trade secret and patent claims at the University of California-Berkeley Advanced Patent Law Seminar in San Jose, California, on re-examination strategy in litigation at the George Mason University-University of Texas Advanced Patent Law Seminar at the USPTO, and on patent pools, standards, and unfair competition and antitrust, at State Bar of Texas Seminars. She has also done private seminars on patent damages and standard-setting for international corporations.