Emily Hasselberg represents clients in all facets of commercial litigation, including intellectual property, contract, and employment disputes. She was part of a trial team that obtained a verdict on behalf of 10X Genomics in a two-week trial against 1CellBio, Inc. in Massachusetts state court. She currently represents Netflix in several patent disputes.
Prior to joining Keker, Van Nest & Peters, Ms. Hasselberg served as a law clerk to Judge Henry Coke Morgan, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Ms. Hasselberg earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and graduated from Harvard College cum laude with an A.B. in Psychology and a secondary in Government.
Representing 10X Genomics, an innovative biotech company that has revolutionized the analysis of biological samples, we won a declaratory judgment trial in Massachusetts state court that preserved 10X’s exclusive license to a key biotech patent it had licensed from Harvard University.
We are defending Netflix against a 12-patent case Broadcom filed in the Central District of California. We successfully transferred the case to the Northern District of California, where it is pending before Judge James Donato. We successfully obtained rulings dismissing six of the patents as abstract under Alice, with an additional patent invalidated during inter partes review proceedings before the PTAB. We are also defending Netflix against a separate 5-patent case originally brought by Broadcom in the Eastern District of Texas. A three-judge Federal Circuit panel ordered the district court to transfer the case to the Northern District of California where it is now proceeding before Judge Edward Chen. After the transfer, the firm achieved a stay of all district court proceedings pending inter partes review proceedings before the PTAB.