Scott Cunning is a trial attorney with Parker Poe law firm, who focuses on the life sciences and technology industries. He has helped pharmaceutical companies bring generic drugs to market and handled high-risk patent litigation for life sciences and tech companies. His experience spans a variety of technological areas, including semiconductor processing, digital data compression, implantable medical devices, medical imaging devices, electronic patient diaries, and methods of drug delivery. Scott’s clients value that he invests the time to learn about their individual businesses and broader industries. Scott sees this investment as essential in developing effective and efficient legal strategies that fit into his clients’ larger business objectives. When litigation is necessary, he has experience appearing before federal courts throughout the country. While attending The George Washington University Law School, Scott interned for the Honorable Richard Linn at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Scott also served as the executive managing editor for the AIPLA Quarterly Journal. In addition to his law degree, Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering with a minor in philosophy. He is admitted to practice in Washington D.C., Virginia and before the USPTO.