Emily Felvey works on a range of intellectual property matters, with an emphasis on complex patent litigation in U.S. district courts. Ms. Felvey has experience in all the phases of litigation from early case strategy through jury trial, including experience with pleadings, infringement and invalidity analysis, claim construction, fact and expert discovery, depositions, motion practice, pretrial disclosures, oral argument at Markman hearings and pre-trial conference, and damages.
In addition to patent litigation, Ms. Felvey also has experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications involving a variety of technologies, including telecommunications, medical devices, aerospace, HVAC, software, electronic hardware, and the mechanical arts.
Ms. Felvey also maintains an active pro bono docket, which includes assisting pro bono clients in addressing IP issues and preparing trademark applications.
During law school, Ms. Felvey served as an editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review and was a teaching assistant for the legal research and writing program for first year law students.