Profiles in Diversity Journal honors three Latham lawyers who are advancing gender diversity in STEM fields.
Susan Tull, a seasoned patent trial lawyer, represents clients across a range of technologies in all phases and forums of litigation.
Trial ready and technically knowledgeable, Ms. Tull delivers pragmatic advice to plaintiffs and defendants in complex patent disputes. Her experience covers a multitude of industries, including the mechanical, industrial, electrical, and medical device fields.
Ms. Tull tries cases in venues across the country, including the US district courts, the US International Trade Commission, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the Patent Trial Appeal Board of the US Patent and Trademark Office. She also brings experience representing clients in jury trials through verdict and post-trial motions. Ms. Tull participates in and manages every aspect of patent litigation, including examining and cross-examining fact and expert witnesses, developing litigation strategies, taking complex discovery, working with technical and damages experts, and drafting and arguing motions.
Ms. Tull also frequently advises on pro bono matters. Her work has included serving as lead appellate counsel in a post-conviction appeal before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Ms. Tull is currently an adjunct professor of Patent Litigation and Dispute Resolution at George Mason University School of Law. She previously served as an adjunct professor of scholarly writing at George Washington University School of Law.