Dr. Janine Ladislaw is an Intellectual Property attorney who leverages her technical expertise to counsel clients on high-level global strategic IP issues, including assessing patent portfolios, data and market exclusivity positions, and complex licensing structures in connection with royalty monetization agreements and technology transactions, and devising strategies for patent prosecution.
She has obtained numerous domestic and foreign patents for emerging companies, public corporations, universities and independent research institutions in a wide range of technical areas, including the fields of drug delivery, polymer chemistry, pharmaceuticals and clean technology.
Janine brings nearly two decades of technical knowledge to her intellectual property practice. Prior to joining the firm, she obtained her Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania, where her research focused on the development of new metal-catalyzed polymerization methods that yielded polymers with low molecular weight distributions and predictable molecular weights. Additionally, she investigated chiral, non-racemic dendrons and supramolecular dendrimers.