Focuses her practice on patent prosecution and litigation with an emphasis in the chemical and pharmaceutical arts. While in law school, Ms. Long was a Senior Articles Editor for IDEA: The Law Review of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. She was also a part of her school’s International Technology Transfer Institute (ITTI) where she worked with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to develop a patent landscape analysis for Latin America regarding Chagas disease and potential vaccines. Prior to law school Ms. Long she earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Cincinnati.
J.D., University of New Hampshire School of Law, 2018
B.S., University of Cincinnati, Chemistry, 2015
“Highly” Patentable Subject Matter: Legalization Creating a New Patent Thicket, February 19, 2019
Things Crisp Up in the CRISPR-Cas9 Case, October 30, 2018
A “Golden Knight” Duel at the TTAB, January 31, 2018
The Great Chemical Divide: Federal Circuit Suggests the Insubstantial Differences Test for Evaluating Equivalence in Chemical Patent Cases, July 14, 2017