Caroline Lourgos concentrates her practice on patent litigation matters as well as post-grant proceedings before the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). With a B.S. degree in biomedical engineering, Caroline has experience with a variety of technologies ranging from inventions in the biological, mechanical, software, and chemical arts. Her practice includes representing clients in Hatch-Waxman Act litigation matters in US district courts and international courts.
Caroline has experience in many phases of patent litigation, including pleadings, fact and expert discovery, claim construction, trial preparation, and pretrial motions.
While in law school, Caroline received awards for her legal writing and advocacy skills. She also received awards in Copyright, Antitrust and Intellectual Property, and Civil Procedure. She graduated summa cum laude and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society.
Before law school, Caroline worked as a computer programmer and web designer. She also worked as an intelligence analyst in counterproliferation at the US Department of Defense.
Loyola University Chicago, 2016, J.D., summa cum laude