Christina A. Ondrick is a partner in the Intellectual Property practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Ms. Ondrick represents Fortune 500 clients and emerging growth companies in patent litigation before district courts, the Federal Circuit and International Trade Commission. She has significant experience setting trial strategies for high stakes competitor cases with first chair trial experience, having tried a number of cases to juries in various districts throughout the United States. Ms. Ondrick has also defended numerous cases brought by non-practicing entities in the usual venues for such cases. In addition, Ms. Ondrick also has substantial experience handling trade secret, trademark, unfair competition and antitrust claims.
Ms. Ondrick manages cases from beginning to end, including conducting pretrial investigations, setting case themes and strategies, managing complex discovery, taking and defending critical depositions of key fact witnesses, working with experts, preparing and arguing discovery disputes, arguing claim construction and case dispositive motions, preparing and presenting fact and expert witnesses at trial, and handling appeals. She has successfully represented high tech clients in a diverse range of technical fields including telecommunications, semiconductors, consumer electronics, optical communications software and hardware, cell phone handsets, medical devices, metallurgy, robotics, power tools and static displays.
Ms. Ondrick has also assisted clients with the development and improvement of intellectual property protection and licensing strategies as well as intellectual property due diligence efforts.
Ms. Ondrick is a registered patent attorney with experience in patent prosecution, reexaminations and interferences before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Sycamore IP Holdings v. ADVA (EDTX) – Served as counsel for ADVA and secured an extremely favorable post-claim construction settlement on a patent related to coding schemes for optical communication systems.
Trend Micro’s Complete Victory Against Intellectual Ventures Enhanced by Partial Award of Legal Fees
September 05, 2017
Fairchild Scores $2.4 Million Jury Verdict After Two Week Trial in District of Delaware
June 11, 2015
Nationally Recognized Technology Patent Trial Team Join Paul Hastings in Palo Alto and Washington, D.C.
March 30, 2015
U.S. Supreme Court Limits Venue Under the Patent Statute in TC Heartland
May 23, 2017
Cox Comm’ns, Inc. v. Sprint Comm’n Co.: Federal Circuit Reverses District Court Finding of Indefiniteness and Concurring Opinion Raises Concerns That the Majority Adopts a “New Mode of Analysis” for Indefiniteness
October 03, 2016