Tamara Coley focuses her practice on patent litigation in the life sciences and electrical and mechanical fields.
Ms. Coley has litigation experience in front of U.S. district courts and the International Trade Commission. She has handled pre-trial litigation investigations, expert depositions and reports, drafting motions and briefs on behalf of clients, and pre-trial proceedings.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Coley was a graduate assistant at Seton Hall Law School. She also worked as a research assistant at Columbia University School of Public Health where she studied the Sociomedical Sciences. After her graduate studies, Ms. Coley worked at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, where she was involved in researching and drafting memoranda on hospital legal issues. She helped design and implement programs to address health and safety concerns such as a child pedestrian safety curriculum for Newark public schools, a trauma center injury prevention intervention initiative, and an emergency department stroke education program.
Her undergraduate research examined biological explanations for the high prevalence of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.
Ms. Coley is active in pro bono activities, including Kenyon’s mentor program.
“Extreme Pricing of Hospital Care for the Uninsured: New Jersey's Response and the Likely Results,” Tamara R. Coley, 34 Seton Hall Legis. J. 275 (2010).