Namita advises clients on a broad range of litigation matters with a focus on patent litigation, primarily in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.
Prior to joining Fenwick, Namita was an associate at an Am Law 100 firm, where her practice focused on intellectual property litigation and patent counseling.
During law school, Namita served as line editor and subciter for the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender, opinion editor for the Harvard Law Record, co-president of the Harvard Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and vice president of external relations for the South Asian Law Students Association. While pursuing her B.S., Namita worked in a neuroendocringology laboratory.
- “D.C. District Court Decries Vague Assertion of Damages,” Entertainment and Media Law Blog, October 15, 2020 (co-author)
- “California Court Affirms Self-Published Defamation Judgement,” Entertainment and Media Law Blog, May 20, 2020 (co-author)
- “SDNY Helps Draw the Boundaries of Copyright Protection in Music Cases,” Entertainment and Media Law Blog, March 11, 2020 (co-author)
- “Effects of Pinealectomy and Short Day Lengths on Reproduction and Neuronal RFRP-3, Kisspeptin, and GnRH in Female Turkish Hamsters,” Journal of Biological Rhythms, June 10, 2014 (co-author)
Education & Admissions
J.D., Harvard Law School
B.S., Molecular and Cellular Biology
University of California, Berkeley
Admitted to practice in California