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Gabriella J. Flick


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Gabriella is an intellectual property attorney whose practice is focused on patent litigation. She works with clients in a wide variety of industries, including life sciences, health care, and technology. Gabriella was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2021.

Prior to joining Mintz, Gabriella served as a judicial intern at the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts, and earlier, as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Prior to attending law school, Gabriella was a senior legal assistant at a New York law firm that specialized in advocating for the 9/11 community. 

While in law school, Gabriella was senior articles editor at the Northeastern University Law Review, and member of the Latin American Law Student Association, Queer Caucus, and Jewish Law Student Association.


Grants of permanent injunctions in U.S. district court patent litigation remain uncommon since the landmark decision in eBay v. MercExchange. LexMachina’s 2021 Patent Litigation Report highlights that courts grant fewer than fifteen permanent injunctions annually in the U.S. One such injunction was recently granted in Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy A/S, v. General Electric Co. (“Siemens”) by the District of Massachusetts. That case is notable not only because it granted an injunction, but also because it took a novel approach to balancing public interest in doing so. Specifically, the public interest considerations implicated public green energy projects. In view of the Inflation Reduction Act (“IRA”), which was signed into law and provides incentives to combat climate change by investing in technologies such as solar and wind energy, such public interest considerations may become more common.

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Author, Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd: The Interplay between the ITC, Customs, and the CIT Regarding Adjudications of Redesigns., 337 Reporter, International Trade Commission Trial Lawyer Association

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