Jennifer P Nock is a partner who is experienced in a variety of patent matters, including litigation, prosecution, licensing, opinions and counselling. While she has experience working with patents in a wide range of technical fields, her practice is particularly focused on pharmaceuticals and biosimilars. Ms Nock has worked on numerous Hatch-Waxman litigations, both in district court and on appeal to the Federal Circuit, as well as patent interferences and IPRs involving small molecules and biological products. Her practice also includes due diligence studies of pharmaceutical and biological patents for freedom to operate and potential acquisitions. A member of the ABA and the FCBA, Ms Nock serves on the drafting committee for the Sedona Conference Working Group 10 (litigation best practices for biopharma). From 2012-13, she served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Randall R Rader at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Ms Nock holds a master’s degree in chemistry from Harvard University.