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Background

Eda Stark’s practice focuses on complex patent litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, in the federal district courts. Ms. Stark’s patent litigation work spans a wide variety of technologies including telecommunications, software, and pharmaceuticals.

Ms. Stark’s legal experience encompasses various stages of litigation, from pre-suit investigations through fact discovery, claim construction, and dispositive motions. Ms. Stark also has experience with all phases of patent prosecution and has helped clients varying from small to mid-size companies as well as large non-profit research universities in developing their patent portfolios, guiding licensing and freedom to operate due diligence efforts, and prosecuting patents for their innovations. Finally, Ms. Stark has also participated in inter partes proceedings.

Prior to entering the legal field, Ms. Stark worked in the life sciences industry for seven years as a scientist for large pharmaceutical companies. Ms. Stark is also the author of several peer-reviewed publications relating to drug discovery. Ms. Stark previously worked as a summer associate with the firm, where she worked on various patent litigation matters. While in law school, Ms. Stark served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Elspeth B. Cypher for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Education

Suffolk University Law School 2018
J.D.


Smith College 2008
Neuroscience, B.A.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts 2018

Language

  • English
  • Turkish

Memberships & Affiliations

Boston Bar Association (2014-Present)
Society for Neuroscience (2003-2016)

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications & Presentations

Ms. Stark is a contributing author to Fish’s IP Law Essentials.

They Came From Earth – IP Rights in Outer Space,” co-authored with Christopher Green, Fish IP Law Essentials Blog (May 15, 2020).

Massachusetts Patent Litigation Wrap-Up – June 2019,” Fish Litigation Blog (September 2019).

Media Mentions

Fish & Richardson Pro Bono Attorneys Assist in Successful Appeal of Permit For Enbridge Unit Pipeline Facility,” Fish & Richardson News (June 11, 2020).

1st Circ. Nixes Permit For Enbridge Unit Pipeline Facility,” Law360 (June 4, 2020).

Arrested Asylum-Seekers Can Return To US From Mexico,” Law360 (May 15, 2020).

Fish & Richardson Helps ACLU of Massachusetts Win Pro Bono Lawsuit Challenging Unlawful “Return to Mexico” Policy for Asylum-Seekers,” Fish & Richardson News (May 18, 2020).

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