Inge Osman is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice. Ms. Osman devotes her practice to patent litigation issues, representing both patentees and defendants.
Ms. Osman’s experience includes matters covering a myriad of patents including areas such as:
- Liquid Crystal Display Technologies
- Biometric Scanning Devices
- Information Technology
- Call Processing Systems
- Automotive Airbags
- Garage Door Openers
Ms. Osman has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, from the pre-litigation stage through trial and appeal, in matters before the International Trade Commission and various federal district courts. She has been on the trial team for two ITC investigations, most recently in a case in which Latham successfully defended allegations of patent infringement against a respondent LCD display module manufacturer.
Ms. Osman returned to Latham in 2014 after completing a clerkship for the Honorable Kimberly A. Moore of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She received undergraduate degrees with Latin honors in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering