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Sarah Kamran focuses her practice on patent litigation matters.
While attending UCLA School of Law, Sarah was a writing advisor in its Legal Research and Writing Program. Sarah worked with the firm as a summer associate in 2021. She was a research assistant at UCLA Law Institute for Technology, Law, and Policy where she performed research related to emerging technology, law, and society. Sarah served as a student associate in the Startup Legal Garage where she performed freedom-to-operate analysis for a biotechnology startup company under attorney supervision. She was also Managing Editor for the UCLA Journal of Law and Technology.
Sarah is proficient in French.
Represented Ring Container Technologies, LLC in offensive patent infringement action against a competitor in the Eastern District of Texas regarding packaging technology. After engaging in early fact discovery, the dispute favorably resolved in a private mediation before Judge David Folsom (ret.). Ring Container Technologies, LLC v. Altium Packaging LP, No. 2:21-cv-464 (E.D. Tex.).
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University of California, Los Angeles School of Law J.D. (2022)
Auburn University B.S., Biomedical Sciences (2017) cum laude
Auburn University B.A., French (2017) cum laude
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