Because of Ms. Gaudette’s previous in-house experience, she brings a unique perspective in responding to the various needs of our clients, specifically relating to tailored eDiscovery solutions and litigation strategies.
Bonnie Gaudette is an associate in the Boston office of Haug Partners where she works on antitrust and pharmaceutical patent litigations.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Gaudette was a consultant at Ernst & Young where she provided managed document review and data analytics guidance to life sciences clients involved in complex litigations and investigations. Prior to her consulting work, Ms. Gaudette served as Shire Pharmaceutical’s Lead eDiscovery Legal Counsel establishing and developing comprehensive eDiscovery programs for Shire’s litigation group, managing the EDRM spectrum of eDiscovery functions from preservation to production. While at Shire, Ms. Gaudette gained extensive knowledge of litigation, particularly focusing on managing discovery and deposition preparation. Additionally, Ms. Gaudette served as Shire’s legal liaison with the information technology group and other company stakeholders providing risk assessment guidance on a variety of legal and technical issues, including data preservation obligations, corporate policy development and the implementation of enterprise solutions.
In law school, Ms. Gaudette was a member of the editorial board for Ohio Northern University’s Law Review.
- Shire Development LLC et al. v. Amneal Pharmaceuticals, LLC et al., Case No. 1:15-cv-02865, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
- Shire Pharmaceutical Development Inc. et al. v. Lupin Limited et al., Case No. 8:15-cv-03437, United States District Court for the District of Maryland
- Ohio Northern University Law School
- Smith College
- Kurz, Rich, and Bonnie Gaudette. “Induced Infringement: The Federal Circuit Addresses the Role of Skinny Labels in the Determination of Induced Infringement for ANDA Products.” Haug Partners, 15 Oct. 2020, www.haugpartners.com/article/federal-circuit-addresses-skinny-labels/.
- Saphia, Joseph, and Bonnie Gaudette. "Current Trends in Software Patentability" New York Minutes: The Newsletter of the Southern District of New York Chapter of the FBA, August 2017.
- Saphia, Joseph, and Bonnie Gaudette. “New Software-Based Patent Claims Are Now Patent-Eligible Under Alice.” Haug Partners LLP, Haug Partners LLP, 1 Nov. 2016, www.haugpartners.com/article/new-software-based-patent-claims-are-now-patent-eligible-under-alice/.
- Saphia, Joseph, and Bonnie Gaudette. “Narrowly Drawn Software-Based Claims Directed to Specific, Unconventional Technological Solutions Are Patent-Eligible Under Alice” Lexology, November 2016.
- State v. Brown, 34 OHIO N.U. L. REV. 924, 2008.
- New York
- Southern District of New York
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- New York State Bar Association
- New York Intellectual Property Law Association
- Federal Circuit Bar Association
- National Association of Women Lawyers
- Women in eDiscovery, New York Chapter