Jenna Saunders is an intellectual property attorney who focuses her practice on strategic counseling and guidance regarding intellectual property matters, including patent litigation, inter partes reviews, patent prosecution, and transactional matters.

Jenna's practice covers a wide range of technology and industries, including pharmaceutical, medical device, automotive technology, software, and retail products. Jenna assists with various stages of litigation, including pre-suit investigation, discovery and depositions, dispositive motion practice, claim construction briefing, and post-trial motions. Jenna has also participated in a jury trial in the District of Delaware.

Prior to attending law school Jenna was an engineer at a medical device company, where she designed medical device and manufacturing technologies.



Prior Experience

  • McAndrews, Held & Malloy Ltd., Associate
  • Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, Associate
  • The Hon. Carol Hooten, Minnesota Court of Appeals, Judicial Extern
  • The Hon. Patrick J. Schiltz, U.S.D.J., United States District Court, District of Minnesota, Judicial Extern
  • Boston Scientific, Process Engineer




Court Admissions


Professional & Community Involvement

  • National Association of Women Lawyers
    • 2023 Annual Meeting Host Committee
  • Illinois Legal Aid Online
    • Young Professionals Board Co-Chair
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association
    • 2023 Spring Meeting Session Coordinator

News & Insights


  • Event | | Committee Host
  • Expanding the Eligibility Requirements to Foster Inclusion and Innovation in the U.S. Patent System
    Webinar | | | Presenter
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