Ms. Genovese Bova has been involved in various stages of patent litigation, including discovery, motion practice, and pretrial proceedings. Some of her recent engagements include:
- Representing defendant Pass & Seymour in a long-running dispute involving P&S’s core technology, ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs).
- Represented The Gillette Company in litigation filed against Dollar Shave Club, Inc., in which Gillette asserted infringement of a patent directed to razor blade coatings. The matter settled favorably before trial.
- Represented Celltrion/Teva in suit under the BPCIA related to biosimilar of Herceptin.
- Represented AMAG in a pharmaceutical patent litigation involving AMAG’s Feraheme® product. The matter settled favorably.
Ms. Genovese Bova maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing clients in § 1983 cases and in various immigration matters. Ms. Bova was also involved in the representation of a criminal defendant in the appeal of his death sentence in federal court.
Ms. Genovese Bova is a member of the Federal Bar Council, the New York State Bar Association and the New York Intellectual Property Law Association’s Patent Litigation committee.
Ms. Genovese Bova was a law clerk to the Honorable Ramon E. Reyes, Jr. in the Eastern District of New York.