- Medical Devices
- Pharmaceuticals & Pharmaceutical Formulation
- Polymer & Materials Science
- Chemical Engineering
- Patent Agent, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2007
University of Saskatchewan, M.S., Microbiology, 1994
University of Saskatchewan, B.S., Microbiology, with honors, 1989
Lynn Stewart concentrates her practice in the areas of polymer and material science, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and food science. In addition to her considerable experience in patent application preparation and domestic and international prosecution, Lynn has extensive experience in patent searching, preparing patent landscape reports, preparing patentability opinions, and conducting freedom-to-operate analyses. In addition, she has also been involved in assisting clients in better understanding the patent portfolios of their competitors. Prior to joining the firm, Lynn worked as a researcher at Pfizer, Inc. and Bayer Pharmaceuticals, where her work included molecular approaches to drug and vaccine development, development of disease models, and evaluation of drug and vaccine efficacy, as well as working with project teams to facilitate the development of proactive patent strategies. Her diverse research background provides her with strong technical skills in the areas of biotechnology and drug development.
Senior Patent Agent, Cantor Colburn LLP, 2016-present
Patent Agent, Cantor Colburn LLP, 2007-2015
Research Scientist, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, 2003-2007
Research Scientist, Pfizer Inc., Pfizer Global Research and Development, 1993-2003
Research Assistant, Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization, 1989-1992
- April 29, 2017Storrs, Connecticut
Several Cantor Colburn attorneys were judges at the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC), an award winning, internationally recognized, 501(c)(3) educational organization open to K-8 students statewide, and is designed to develop, encourage, and enhance critical thinking skills through invention, innovation and entrepreneurship.
- April 30, 2016UConn, Storrs, Connecticut
Several Cantor Colburn attorneys will be judges at the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC), an award winning, internationally recognized, 501(c)(3) educational organization open to K-8 students statewide, and is designed to develop, encourage, and enhance critical thinking skills through invention, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)