Debra Gaw Josephson has broad experience in the areas of drug and device development, intellectual property law, and food and drug law. She has represented start-up and development-stage companies, mid-sized corporations, and world-class investigators at major academic institutions in domestic and international intellectual property portfolio development, licensing, protection, and enforcement. Since 2005, she has represented consumers and direct purchasers in complex class action antitrust litigation in the pharmaceutical industry.
Prior to her law career, Ms. Josephson was a polymer chemist and later obtained extensive experience in regulatory affairs and clinical affairs in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. Additionally, Mrs. Josephson is named as a co-inventor on several patent applications, the technologies of which are currently marketed or under development by various companies.
Ms. Josephson’s work at the firm involves intellectual property counseling, licensing, and complex litigation in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.