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Maslon Welcomes IP and Business Trial Attorney Larina Alton to the Firm

July 25, 2019

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of Intellectual property and business trial attorney Larina Alton to the law firm's Litigation Group. Her significant experience will further strengthen Maslon's capabilities in key areas of practice for our clients.

Larina’s practice is distinguished by superior experience and repeated success prosecuting and defending inter partes review proceedings, a contested patent proceeding before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, that plays a vital role in any patent litigation. She has appeared in more than twenty such proceedings without a loss. Larina is otherwise a dedicated and versatile intellectual property and business trial attorney with experience in every phase of litigation practice, from pre-suit evaluation of potential patent infringement and counterclaim risk through trial and appeals. Across all, she leverages particular skill in a broad range of technologies, including mechanical and electrical inventions (such as consumer products and medical devices), and those involving software, user interface, barcode scanning, imaging technology, and combustion control technology. Larina’s practice is informed by close work with sophisticated clients and in-house counsel on matters vital to their business goals.

Prior to joining Maslon, Larina gained valued early experience as a law clerk to the Honorable David Minge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals followed by developing her vibrant private practice at AM Law 100 and boutique IP firms.


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