Emma Frank is an associate in Wolf Greenfield’s Litigation Practice Group. Emma represents clients in patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation matters in federal district courts and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. She plays a key role in developing case strategy from the outset of matters through trial and has experience in day to day case management such as managing fact and expert discovery, motions practice as a lead briefing drafter, and oral argument and trial experience. At trial, Emma has prepared both fact and expert witnesses for direct and cross examination and has handled bench memorandum and trial motions. She uses her training as a scientist not only to dig into clients’ technologies but to approach problems and develop solutions.
While in law school, Emma was a member of The George Washington Law Review and the Moot Court Board and competed in moot court at the national level. She also interned for the Honorable Kathleen M. O’Malley at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She has used that experience to assist with several of Wolf Greenfield’s appellate matters before the Federal Circuit.
Emma spent two summers at Wolf Greenfield as a summer litigation associate, and had previously worked as an undergraduate researcher in MIT’s Department of Political Science as well as at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.