Rebekah Hill is a United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) registered patent lawyer and is a member of the IP Litigation practice group.
Rebekah’s patent litigation experience includes district court cases, both supporting and in defense of patent infringement claims. She has experience in many phases of litigation, including fact and expert discovery, dispositive motion practice, and drafting briefs for the Federal Circuit.
Rebekah also has experience in drafting and prosecuting domestic and foreign patent applications, involving a variety of technologies, such as medical devices, biologics, small molecule drugs, and electronic and mechanical devices. She has experience in patentability analyses, as well as freedom-to-operate work with a focus on product development and competitor portfolio analysis.
Prior to joining the firm as an associate, Rebekah served as a summer associate. During this time, she prepared expert reports and exhibits for submission in federal court, as well as conducted legal research. She also prepared Office Action responses.
- “Smart Wearables: The Overlooked and Underrated Essential Worker,” The William & Mary Law Review, April 2023