Ms. Siedor focuses her practice on representing clients in intellectual property litigation, as well as pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in product liability actions. She has experience with various stages of litigation, including pre-suit investigations, discovery, motion practice, and pretrial proceedings, and has been involved in matters in district and state court, ITC investigations, ICC arbitrations, and PTAB proceedings.
Ms. Siedor is actively involved in Goodwin’s pro bono practice. She has worked on a number of asylum-related matters at various stages in the asylum process, including remote representation at credible fear interview hearings and assisting with both a SIJS and an asylum petition for an unaccompanied minor. Ms. Siedor has also achieved successful outcomes for several social security disability matters, and has assisted transgender clients with changing names and gender markers on legal documents. While a summer associate at Goodwin, Ms. Siedor worked on a clemency petition for a federal inmate serving a life sentence for a nonviolent drug offense. The petition was approved and the client’s life sentence was commuted by President Obama.
Prior to and during law school, Ms. Siedor worked as a registered nurse on a neurology, neurosurgery and trauma floor.
While in law school, Ms. Siedor externed at the Children’s Law Center as a guardian ad litem for children involved in custody disputes, volunteered with Greater Hartford Legal Aid, and served as the articles and commentary editor for the Connecticut Law Review.