is a partner in Ropes & Gray's Intellectual Property Group and practices in the area of complex intellectual property litigation. Denise joined Ropes & Gray in 2005 when it merged with IP boutique Fish & Neave, where she had been a partner since 1991. Denise has extensive experience as lead counsel in hi-stakes patent litigation, in both U.S. federal and international courts. Denise is a co-author of the Model Patent Jury Instructions of the American Bar Association and a co-author of Patent Depositions, Chapter 13 in Patent Litigation Strategies Handbook (2d ed. 2005). Denise is a frequent lecturer and has spoken recently on topics that include biosimilars legislation, patent eligibility of methods patents and isolated DNA sequences, the proposed patent reform legislation and the use of demonstrative exhibits and graphics in expert testimony at trial.