Hueston Hennigan announced today that Christine Woodin has joined the firm’s Intellectual Property practice as Of Counsel in the Los Angeles office.
“Christine is the rare lawyer with deep IP and technical experience who is also comfortable in the courtroom,” said John Hueston. “She is a key addition to our diverse trial bench.”
Ms. Woodin was previously a principal at McKool Smith, where she focused primarily on intellectual property litigation, including cases involving standard essential patents subject to FRAND or RAND obligations.
Ms. Woodin earned her J.D. in 2013 from The University of Chicago Law School and her undergraduate degree in Applied & Computational Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology in 2010. At Caltech, she carried out research in computational applied mathematics.
“Hueston Hennigan has an unparalleled trial and complex litigation reputation,” Ms. Woodin said. “I look forward to working with such a talented and dynamic group of trial lawyers. I am honored to join Hueston Hennigan.”