- Federal Circuit Bar Association
- PTAB Bar Association
Founding Partner at Armond Wilson LLP
Michelle Armond is a founding partner of the IP litigation boutique Armond Wilson LLP. An award-winning litigation attorney specialising on IP disputes, litigation, inter partes reviews and appeals, Ms Armond focuses on patent, trademark and trade secret matters. She has handled disputes covering a wide array of industries and technologies including electronics, telecommunications, software, gaming, mechanical, electro-mechanical, energy, automotive, medical devices, consumer and household goods.
Ms Armond is a registered patent attorney and Caltech-trained electrical engineer whose litigation successes, including defence wins and over $500 million in jury verdicts, have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, the Daily Journal and Law360. She has prevailed as lead counsel in inter partes review proceedings, IP litigation in federal court and appeals before the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Ms Armond is a media commentator, thought leader and invited speaker, and has served on the faculty for the Patent Resources Group teaching a course covering IP litigation, inter partes reviews and Federal Circuit appellate law to practising attorneys. Prior to entering private practice, Ms Armond clerked at the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington DC. She began her law practice at Irell & Manella LLP and was partner and practice group leader at the national IP firm Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP.