Claire has assisted in the representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in litigation across the country. She has broad knowledge and experience in civil discovery, including complex e-discovery, overseeing document review efforts, drafting and responding to written discovery requests, and taking and defending depositions. She also has wide-ranging experience researching and drafting discovery and dispositive motions and memoranda.
Claire regularly works with clients to develop intellectual property strategies to effectively establish their brands worldwide and to prevent brand dilution. She has worked to recover substantial damages through anti-counterfeiting and brand protection enforcement campaigns, leading to the takedown, destruction, and/or elimination of numerous counterfeited or infringing products. Claire also counsels clients concerning intellectual property licensing as it relates to trademarks and copyrights. She has assisted clients in the education industry with the review of publishing agreements and in clearing publications prior to launch.
While in law school at William & Mary, Claire was a judicial intern for the Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Claire was also selected to join the William & Mary Appellate & Supreme Court Clinic, where she co-wrote briefs in the 4th, 9th, and 11th Circuits. During undergraduate school, Claire was a member of the Harvard Women's Division I Basketball Team, where she had the privilege of serving as captain.