PhD Career Connections presents
Dr. Seth Ogden, PhD, JD
Attorney at Law
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett, and Dunner, LLP
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Location: PRB, Room 206
Seth Ogden focuses his practice on patent litigation, patent prosecution, and client counseling primarily in the areas of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.
Dr. Ogden's litigation experience includes matters before U.S. district courts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has managed fact discovery, worked with fact witnesses, and drafted complaints and motions. Dr. Ogden also actively prosecutes patent applications in the biotechnology area, including technologies such as antibodies and drug delivery systems. In addition, he has experience in client counseling, including preparing opinions of counsel.
While in law school, Dr. Ogden worked at Finnegan as a summer associate and as a law clerk. His doctoral studies included work on host-pathogen interactions that mediate cell-signaling events leading to the development of inflammation and cancer.
- Pro bono work on behalf of disabled veterans.
- Interned at the National Institutes of Health Office of Technology Transfer for General Medicine.
- Served as a staff member of the American University Law Review.
- Coauthor. "Freedom to Operate Analysis Could Be Key to Crowdfunding Success," BNA's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, May 31, 2013.
- Coauthor. "Noninfringement and Invalidity Opinions Can Play Increasingly Important Role in Showing Lack of Intent to Infringe and Can Prevent Summary Judgment of Contributory Infringement and Inducement," LES Insights, November 20, 2012.
- "Stifling Scientific Progress: The District Court's Decision in Myriad,"American University IP Brief, April 2011.
- "The Federal Circuit's Decision in Myriad: Isolated DNA Molecules Are Patentable Subject Matter," American University Law Review, 2011.
- Coauthor. "Matrix Metalloproteinase-7 and Premalignant Host Responses in Helicobacter Pylori-Infected Mice," Cancer Research, 2010.
- Coauthor. "p120 and Kaiso Regulate Helicobacter pylori-Induced Expression of Matrix Metalloproteinase-7," Molecular Biology of the Cell, 2008.