Selected representations include:
- CBM2014-0015 and CBM2014-00160, Petition for Covered Business Method Patent Review by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
- IPR2014-01164 and IPR2014-01165, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Square Inc.
- IPR2014-01527, IPR2014-01528, IPR2014-01530, IPR2014-01531, IPR2014-01532, IPR2014-01533, and IPR2014-01534 Petition for Inter Partes Review by Amazon.com, Inc.
- IPR2015-00239, IPR2015-00240, IPR2015-00241, IPR2015-00242, IPR2015-00243, and IPR2015-00247, Petition for Inter Partes Review by 2Wire, Inc.
- IPR2015-00503, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Agila Specialties Inc.
- IPR2015-00520 and IPR2015-00521, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Unified Patents Inc.
- IPR2015-00550, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.
- IPR2015-00715, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Dr. Reddy’s.
- IPR2015-00643, IPR2015-00644, and IPR2015-00830, Petition for Inter Partes Review by Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
- OSRAM, as trial counsel, in suit involving eight LG patents concerning LED technology. The case settled favorably prior to initial determination. In re Certain Light-Emitting Diodes and Products Containing the Same
- Complainant against several semiconductor chip packaging companies. In re Certain Semiconductor Chips With Minimized Chip Packages Size and Products Containing Same
- Complainant against suppliers of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) technology. In re Certain Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters and Products Containing Same
- Anika in Glycobiosciences, Inc. v. Anika Therapeutics, Inc. (DDC), a multiple-patent case concerning wound treatment products
- Conair and Rite Aid in Tonytail Company, Inc. v. Conair Corporation, et al., (NDCal), patent and trade dress litigation. Obtained a complete victory on all disputed claim construction issues following Markman hearing
- Textron Innovations and Bell Helicopter in Tonytail Company, Inc. v. Conair Corporation, et al., (NDCal), cases involving patented helicopter landing gear
- Patent owner in trial, appellate and contempt proceedings in ePlus Inc. v. Lawson Software, Inc. (EDVa)
- Patent owner in NTP, Inc. v. Sprint Nextel Corp. (EDVa) and NTP, Inc. v. AT&T Mobility (EDVa), a suit concerning wireless email technology
- Patent owner in Personalized Media Communications v. Motorola, Inc., EchoStar Corp., and DISH Network Corp. (EDTX), a suit concerning telecommunications technology
- JPMorgan Chase in JPMorgan Chase & Co. v. Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. (DDel), a declaratory judgment action involving 10 patents related to financial services and payment processing systems
Trade Secrets and Trademarks
- Delta Products in SAE Power Inc. v. Avaya Inc. and Delta Products (New Jersey), a trade secret litigation.
- Celentano Food Products Inc. in Celentano Food Products, Inc. v. Dominick Celentano et al. (DNJ), a successful trademark infringement and trade secret misappropriation action
- Thomas Aaron Billiards and The Billiard Connection in Douglas Kelly d/b/a Liberty Billiards v. Thomas Aaron Billiards, et al. (DMd), a successful defense of trademark infringement action.
Ms. Yost is a member of the Post Grant Patent Office Practice Committee of the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO). She was the lead author of IPO’s Response to the USTPO’s Request for Comments concerning America Invents Act post-grant proceedings.
She is also a committee chair for the Leadership Advisory Committee of the National Women’s Law Center; a member of the Public Contract Law Section - Intellectual Property Committee of the American Bar Association; and a member of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims Bar Association, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), and the International Trademark Association (INTA).
During law school, Ms. Yost interned for the Hon. Arthur J. Cooperman of the New York State Supreme Court. Prior to law school, Ms. Yost interned in the Medical Department of Brookhaven National Laboratory, conducting research in neuro-oncology and investigating cellular and molecular mechanisms of radiation sensitivity. She was also a Clinical Research Intern in the Emergency Medicine Department of University Medical Center at Stony Brook, the region's only level one trauma center.