Larina, a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, is 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. Larina has also participated in numerous inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Trials and Appeals Board of the USPTO, successfully representing both clients who own patents and those challenging a patent’s validity.
Larina has experience in a broad range of technologies, including mechanical and electrical inventions, and those involving software, user interface, barcode scanning, imaging technology and combustion control technology.
Larina is a trial lawyer who has advised and represented her clients with respect to all aspects of intellectual property, including licensing and portfolio development, trademark, trade dress, copyright, joint development, unfair competition and trade secret matters. Her practice is informed by her close work with sophisticated clients and in-house counsel on matters vital to their business goals.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Larina was a partner and the litigation chair at Christensen Fonder Dardi, an intellectual-property boutique. She was previously a senior associate attorney in the Minneapolis office of a multistate litigation firm, as well as an associate at a full-service business litigation boutique firm in Minneapolis.
Larina was a law clerk for the Honorable David Minge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
While in law school, she was a symposium editor and a staff member for the Journal of Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice.