Amy Greywitt is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Ms. Greywitt’s practice focuses on intellectual property and technology litigation, with an emphasis in pharmaceuticals and computer technologies. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Greywitt clerked for Judge Ronald M. Whyte of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. She also clerked for Judge Richard Linn of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Prior to clerking, Ms. Greywitt was a patent litigation associate at an intellectual property law firm in New York City where she represented major pharmaceutical companies in various U.S. district courts.
Ms. Greywitt received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Loyola University School of Law, where she was the symposium editor for the Annals of Health Law Journal and student editor for the ABA Annual Review of Intellectual Law Developments. Ms. Greywitt received her B.S., with honors, in molecular & cellular biology as well as her B.A. in Spanish with a minor in chemistry, magna cum laude, from the University of Arizona Honors College. She worked in a plant genetics lab at the University of Arizona and published her honors thesis on the role of the plant hormone phytosulfokine in plant growth and development.
During law school, Ms. Greywitt externed for Judge Blanche M. Manning and for Judge Ronald A. Guzman both of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Major DNA Patent Case Before the Federal Circuit: A Myriad of Amicus Briefs, Executive Counsel (February 2011)
Gene Patents: Promoting Discovery or Hindering Research?, Annals of Health Law Advance Directive, Vol. 18, Issue 1 (2008)
Honors Thesis, University of Arizona, Identification of the Roles of Phytosulfokine in Arabidopsis Through Analysis of Receptor Like Kinases (May 2007)