Evan Boetticher’s career has focused on high stakes intellectual property litigation with an emphasis on life sciences and biotech through which he has gained intimate experience with Hatch Waxman cases. Evan’s IP litigation experience covers a broad range of issues, such as motion practice, expert and fact discovery matters, deposition and trial preparation, and the analysis of patents and technical materials for patent interpretation, construction, infringement, and validity. Evan’s experience includes various federal settings, including bench trials, jury trials, the ITC, and submissions to the USPTO for inter partes reviews.
Evan received his Masters in Neuroscience from Northwestern University, and his JD from Northwestern University Law of School (now Northwestern Pritzker School of Law) where he served as the Symposium Editor for the Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.
Prior to law school, Evan performed research at the University of Chicago, where he used molecular biology, biochemistry, and cellular techniques to elucidate the signal transduction process leading to binding, migration, and diapedesis of immune cells during asthma and allergy attacks. His work contributed to a score of publications appearing in peer-reviewed journals. The years Evan spent in the lab, gave him the hands-on technical experience for understanding the science of what goes into developing products, which provides a unique perspective when analyzing the legal challenges inventors and operating companies face with protecting and enforcing their IP assets.