Brittany Cazakoff

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About Brittany

Brittany’s practice focuses on patent litigation and complex commercial litigation. She handles matters across a wide range of technologies, including small molecule drugs, biologics, agricultural technology, medical devices, computer software and augmented reality. Her experience extends to all aspects of litigation, from pre-suit counseling to trial. She has represented clients in venues throughout the US, including California, Delaware and Texas and before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals.

Brittany has a JD from Stanford Law School, where she was a research assistant to Hank Greely and an editor of the Stanford Technology Law Review. She also provided pro bono services to clients as a member of Stanford’s Social Security Disability Project and the Environmental Law Clinic. Before law school, Brittany received a PhD in biological sciences, with a focus on systems neuroscience, from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York.


Stanford Law School
JD, 2020

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory School of Biological Sciences
PhD, 2016, Biological Sciences

University of Saskatchewan
BSc, MSc, Physiology