Michelle’s previous experience at the firm includes patent, copyright and trademark litigation, as well as resolution of disputes involving non-compete agreements, breaches of contract, architectural rights and defamation. She was a member of the firm’s trial team for a two-week federal bench trial, Wyeth v. Natural Biologics, which achieved a permanent production injunction protecting the trade-secret process for a pharmaceutical with more than $2 billion in annual sales.
Her other representative matters include defense of a national retailer against a range of trademark and copyright infringement claims, patent infringement defense for a major medical device manufacturer, breach of technology licensing agreement for a telecommunications equipment manufacturer, defense of a copyright claim against a leading credit card network, and software piracy enforcement for a global software compliance advocacy organization.
Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and serving as an elected official and frequent community volunteer in her borough. She is an adventurous cook and enjoys yoga and swimming. A lover of the beautiful game, she can often be found with her oldest son cheering on the Philadelphia Union.