Katharine Burke's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and licensing assertions. Ms. Burke has significant experience with a wide range of technologies and in all aspects of cases, including crafting technical positions, trial presentation, and overall team management.
With a background in electrical engineering, Ms. Burke represents clients in cases involving a range of technologies including mobile telecommunications, mobile phone operating systems and applications, flash memory, network protocols, multimedia, and medical devices.
Ms. Burke has been part of trial teams in IP litigations in federal district court and at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). She has also represented clients in contract disputes, bankruptcy proceedings, and appellate litigation. In addition, she represents pro bono clients in matters related to workplace discrimination, child custody, and veterans’ benefits.