Claire Schuster focuses her practice on patent, trademark, trade secret, and copyright litigation, as well as post-grant proceedings.
While in law school, Claire was an Articles Editor of the Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice. She also worked as a teaching and research assistant for the first year legal reasoning, research, and writing course, and taught seven classes on topics including efficient research and citation. In addition, she worked as a tutor for first year law students. Claire was a summer associate with Wolf Greenfield and assisted the firm and its clients with matters related to intellectual property litigation and pro bono representation.
Prior to law school, Claire worked for Johnson & Johnson in a variety of engineering roles. Most recently, she worked at DePuy Synthes, a Johnson & Johnson company focused on joint reconstruction, as a risk management engineer. Her work included systematic problem solving, utilization of statistical analysis, and deployment of quality techniques to solve complex problems and prevent supply chain disruptions.
As an engineer, Claire worked in manufacturing environments for metals machining, plastic molding, and special processes such as welding. In her work as a quality engineer, she managed over 80 manufacturers, and provided both remote and on-site assistance to improve manufacturing quality output. She also has extensive process validation, process verification, measurement, and inspection experience.
French horn, softball and baking.