Ashley Morales is an associate in our San Diego office. Her practice primarily focuses on patent litigation. She represents clients in a variety of technological areas and products, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and aesthetic and personal care products. Ashley also has experience litigating Hatch-Waxman, trademark, and breach of contract cases.
Ashley received her law degree from Columbia Law School, where she was Executive Editor for the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law. She received her bachelor's degree in chemistry and political science from the University of Southern California.
Ashley joined the firm in 2015.
Co-authored, Hatch-Waxman And Copying: An Exception To The Exception?, Law360 (November 2017)
Co-authored, Evidence Of Copying Is Irrelevant In Hatch-Waxman Cases, Law360 (September 2016)
- Required Testing as Part of an Offer for Sale Does Not Preclude a Finding of a Commercial Sale for On-Sale Bar Defense
- Prosecution History Disclaimer and Estoppel Lead To Noninfringement
- Registration of a Multi-Color Mark Does Not Require Acquired Distinctiveness
- Single-Entity Requirement for Infringement Under § 271(a) Does Not Apply to § 271(g)