Marina Pullerits works with clients of Choate’s Litigation Department. In 2023, Marina served as a Special Assistant District Attorney for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, representing the Commonwealth in ten criminal trials (both jury and bench).
While in law school, Marina completed an internship with the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and served as a judicial extern to Judge Allison D. Burroughs of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
- Adimab, LLC v. LinkedUp Bioscience, Inc. and Tao Wang, No., Mass. Super. Ct: Counsel to Adimab in trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract dispute brought against LinkedUp related to highly engineered yeast strains, and technologies for cultivating and utilizing those strains to express and screen antibodies that bind to target antigens.
- Represent leading biotechnology and life sciences company in PTAB and D. Del. proceedings, defending patents directed to novel methods of treating inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.
- Advise global biotechnology company regarding patent validity and infringement issues and associated litigation risks.
- Represent intelligent security company and multiple authorized resellers in patent infringement cases pending nationwide.
- Represent technology and life sciences companies in trade secret misappropriation litigation in state and federal court.
- Advise reinsurers concerning COVID-19 coverage disputes.
- Investigate whistleblower complaint by conducting internal audit for manufacturing company.
- Represent technology company in contractual dispute relating to most favored nation provision.
- Advise lenders regarding potential litigation risks arising out of borrower defaults.
- In re: Cellect, LLC, Fed. Cir.: Counsel for the American Intellectual Property Law Association in filing amicus brief in support of a petition for rehearing en banc.
- United States v. Arthrex, Inc., et al.; Smith & Nephew, Inc., et al. v. Arthrex, Inc., et al.; Arthrex, Inc. v. Smith & Nephew, Inc., et al., U.S. Supreme Court: Counsel for the American Intellectual Property Law Association in filing amicus brief in support of reversal on the merits.
- Assist pro bono clients with applications for asylum, applications to seal criminal records, and probate disputes, including by appearing on their behalf in court.
Education & Credentials
- Harvard Law School
- JD, 2018, magna cum laude
- Executive Submissions Editor, Business Law Review
- Dartmouth College
- BA, 2015, summa cum laude
- Phi Beta Kappa
U.S. District Court, Massachusetts
- Honorable Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants
- Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Key takeaways compiled by Choate attorneys who recently participated in the IPWatchdog Life Sciences Masters, which provided insights on the latest updates and trends in intellectual property law and the biopharmaceutical industry.
Choate and Anita Spieth are noted in Law360’s article, “Individual Inventors Face Rough Day At Federal Circuit,” regarding a three-judge panel’s non-precedential opinion in Shamoon v. Resideo Technologies Inc. The Federal Circuit upheld the PTAB's decision to invalidate an inventor’s patent claims related to wireless communications.