Christina Ondrick is a principal in the Washington, D.C. office, where she focuses on intellectual property disputes.
Christina has represented clients, from emerging tech start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, in patent litigation before district courts, the Federal Circuit and International Trade Commission (ITC). She has successfully represented high tech clients in a diverse range of technical fields including telecommunications, semiconductors, consumer electronics, optical communications software and hardware, cell phone handsets, medical devices, metallurgy, robotics, power tools, and static displays. In addition, she has extensive experience in handling trade secret, unfair competition, and antitrust claims.
Prior to her legal career, Christina was an engineer working in the oil, gas and specialty chemical industries, providing engineering services to chemical, petrochemical, and energy companies. She advised clients on engineering design, risk reduction, and loss prevention.
Christina received her J.D. from University of Pittsburgh School of Law, magna cum laude. She earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from West Virginia University.
She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar Association, Virginia Bar Association, ChIPs, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Federal Circuit Bar Association, and Intellectual Property Owners Association.
Rankings & Honors
- Recognized as one of the top ITC patent litigators in the United
States by The Legal 500 (2020)
- Named one of the top rated intellectual property litigation
attorneys in Washington, D.C. metro area by Super Lawyers
(2018 to present)
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J.D., magna cum laude, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2000
B.S., Chemical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1994
- District of Columbia
- The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office