Lisa Kattan serves as Baker Botts' International Trade Commission Practice Group Chair. She joined the firm in 2016 after serving as Senior Investigative Attorney at the International Trade Commission (ITC) Office of Unfair Import Investigations for over five years. At the ITC, Ms. Kattan's responsibilities included serving as lead trial counsel on behalf of the U.S. Government in numerous high-profile investigations, involving hundreds of millions of dollars of accused products. In this role, Ms. Kattan evaluated the merits of patent infringement claims and defenses, developed claim constructions, investigated public interest issues, and ensured compliance with agency regulations, in cases ranging from medical devices to the smartphone wars. Ms. Kattan is a registered patent attorney, and a frequent speaker on ITC developments and patent litigation best practices.
A graduate of Northwestern University School of Law, Ms. Kattan has 20 years of experience as a patent litigator, including her time at the ITC. She has litigated cases involving telecommunications technologies, as well as chemical, pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer products. In private practice, Ms Kattan has appeared in patent cases before the District of Delaware, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, the Court of Federal Claims, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, and the ITC.