COJK is pleased to welcome new member Lindsay Calkins to the firm. Lindsay joins the firm’s litigation practice group, where she will focus her practice on defending clients’ intellectual property rights. Lindsay has experience representing clients in cases involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets in federal district courts and in the International Trade Commission. She has experience working with clients in a variety of technologies, including drone, multispectral camera, mapping, automotive connectivity, fitness tracking, and computer memory. She has advised clients on risk mitigation, legal strategy, privacy issues, data security, and government investigations.
“We are excited to welcome Lindsay Calkins to COJK and to our litigation group,” said John Denkenberger, co-managing member of the firm and head of the litigation department. “The addition of Lindsay enhances the breadth of our litigation practice and aligns with our strategic plan.”
Prior to joining COJK, Lindsay worked at a nationally recognized litigation boutique firm, where she represented technology companies of all sizes in multimillion-dollar commercial and intellectual property disputes. Recently, she was profiled in the Puget Sound Business Journal for her successful work arguing on behalf of a major fitness-tracking device company.
Lindsay obtained her law degree from The University of Chicago Law School, and earned her bachelor’s degree with honors from Princeton University. She previously served as an attorney for Washington Appellate Project, where she directly represented clients in all levels of Washington Appellate Courts. Prior to entering private practice, she served as a law clerk to the Honorable Betty B. Fletcher of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.