Janet Allendorph focuses on intellectual property law with an emphasis on patent law. She assists clients in the chemical and pharmaceutical fields with the preparation of patents.
While in law school, Janet worked as a clinical intern for the USC Intellectual Property & Technology Law Clinic, where she assisted in trademark and copyright matters for individuals and small business owners.
Janet earned her Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Southern California. Her graduate work focused on small molecule synthesis and conjugated polymers.
Co-Author, Federal Court Lacked Jurisdiction over Contract Dispute Implicating Patent Infringement (September 2019)
Co-Author, A Claimed Method Fails to Satisfy Written Description If It Is Not Described as a Whole (July 2019)
Co-Author, VERSATOP SUPPORT SYSTEMS v. GEORGIA EXPO, INC. (April 2019)
Co-Author, NOVARTIS AG v. EZRA VENTURES LLC (December 2018)
Co-Author, DIEBOLD NIXDORF, INC. v. ITC (August 2018)
Co-Author, VOTER VERIFIED, INC. v. ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE LLC (April 2018)