Special Counsel Christine A. Dudzik is profiled in the Leading Lawyers – 2015 Women’s Edition article, “Christine Dudzik: ANDA and Hatch-Waxman Patent Leader.” The article details Ms. Dudzik’s experience studying and excelling in biology as an undergrad, her decision to go to law school after gaining experience as a patent agent and paralegal and her experiences as a patent lawyer focusing on Hatch-Waxman and Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) matters. “We’re doing a service to the consumers and the public by invalidating patents that shouldn’t be there that are blocking generic competition. It’s personally rewarding in that aspect because I feel like I’m helping,” Ms. Dudzik says.
The article also discusses Ms. Dudzik’s long history of mentoring junior attorneys, maintaining relationships with colleagues and her tireless commitment to her clients.
“I pride myself on giving 110 percent, you’re going to get my full focus and attention,” she says.