Lauren Dreyer's intellectual property practice concentrates on high-technology patent litigation in U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission. Ms. Dreyer has also served as appellate counsel in dozens of patent appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She has conducted over thirty proceedings before the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) for reexaminations, inter partes reviews, and covered business method reviews. Ms. Dreyer litigates a wide range of technologies, including telecommunications, consumer electronics, medical devices, and other electronics and software-focused technology.
Before joining Baker Botts, Ms. Dreyer clerked for the Honorable Raymond T. Chen of the Federal Circuit. She is also an Adjunct Professor at The George Washington University Law School, where she teaches legal writing for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Journal and the Federal Circuit Bar Journal.
Ms. Dreyer serves on the leadership committee for the firm’s Global Women’s Forum. She was also nominated by the firm as a Future Leader for the 2018 Chambers Women in Law Awards. She is also active in the intellectual property community, serving as the Vice Chair of the Young Lawyer, Law Clerks & Students Committee and on the PTAB/TTAB Committee for the Federal Circuit Bar Association. Ms. Dreyer is a frequent lecturer on intellectual property topics, including speaking at AIPLA, the Colorado Bar Association’s Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property and Technology Institute, and the Cambridge IP Law Summer School.
Her work also involves assisting clients of all sizes, including emerging and start-up companies, with strategic counseling matters, including patents, trademarks, licenses, and other transactional agreements.