Christine Yun Sauer
Christine Yun Sauer is a litigation partner with Robins Kaplan LLP and a Co-Chair of the IPWatchdog® Patent Masters™ Litigation program.
Ms. Sauer is an intellectual property trial lawyer with a chemistry background. She has advised clients on IP disputes, patent office trials, and licensing monetization efforts across a vast range of technologies and industries. She represents plaintiffs and defendants ranging from individual inventors to Fortune 500 companies in district court, the PTAB, and the International Trade Commission.
Ms. Yun Sauer is particularly known for her experience in advising clients on the value of their patent portfolios in either litigation or licensing efforts. Ms. Yun Sauer is skilled at evaluating patent portfolios for their market impact and applying econometric techniques and thought in order to isolate the technology’s fair value in litigation and licensing. In addition to representing clients before the U.S. District Courts and PTAB, Ms. Yun Sauer has experience in the International Trade Commission, particularly as it relates to issues arising from international technology standards, such as licensing and FRAND.
A leader within Robins Kaplan LLP, Christine serves as chair of the firm’s Racial, Ethnic, and Diversity Working Group, a member of the diversity-focused LEAD Committee, and a member of the Associate Advancement Committee.