Claire Schuster's practice focuses on high-stakes intellectual property litigation matters involving electronics, software, and medical devices.
Claire's experience includes tackling serial cases at the International Trade Commission involving defense of a large multinational consumer electronics corporation against repeated infringement allegations relating to electronic hardware technology. She also has extensive trial experience, including defense of a large multinational consumer electronics company against infringement claims and pursuing claims of infringement on behalf of a global electronics companies at the International Trade Commission. Claire also represents clients in federal district court and in post grant reviews at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
- J.D., Boston College Law School
- M.B.A., Boston University
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
As a practicing lawyer, Claire advocates for survivors of domestic violence seeking separation from their partners, and custody of and/or support for their children.
Prior to joining DLA, Claire worked at an IP boutique law firm in Boston, MA where she represented clients in patent litigations in federal district court and at the International Trade Commission.
Before attending law school, Claire was a medical device engineer focused on systematic problem solving, utilization of statistical analysis, and deployment of quality techniques to solve complex problems and prevent supply chain disruptions.