Julia Tanase employs her background in electrical and computer engineering to litigate and prosecute the patent rights behind such innovations as LCD technology, computer monitor display, and medical device screening technology, among others. Primarily a litigator, she has significant experience drafting motions and oppositions, including summary judgment motions, discovery motions, pre-trial motions, including motions in limine, trial and post-trial motions, including JMOL motions, and Federal Circuit briefs. Ms. Tanase has assisted with patent infringement trials in the District of New Jersey and the Eastern District of Texas and with patent trial preparation in the District of Delaware. A registered patent attorney, she has also drafted and prosecuted patent applications, as well as invalidity and non-infringement opinions.
Prior to joining Kenyon, Ms. Tanase was an intellectual property associate at a general practice firm. Earlier in her career, she was a researcher at a patent search firm where she prepared invalidity claim charts, clearance searches, and patentability reports. She earned her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and her B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.