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Stacy Maione represents clients in high-stakes trials in a variety of practice areas, including patent infringement, complex commercial disputes, product liability, and employment discrimination. Stacy has participated in several jury trials culminating in winning verdicts for her clients, with a total recovery of over $200 million.

Before joining Bartlit Beck, Stacy worked as a litigation associate at Kirkland & Ellis for two years. Stacy is a graduate of Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, where she won the American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition.

Representative Matters

Wright Medical Technology, Inc. v. Paragon 28, Inc. (D. Colo.)
Counsel for plaintiff Wright Medical alleging that Paragon 28 infringes Wright’s patents related to foot and ankle plating systems, and has misappropriated Wright’s trade secrets to grow its business in the foot and ankle medical device market. The case is pending in the District of Colorado.

Confidential Commercial Arbitration (AAA)
Trial counsel for prominent financial firm in a breach of contract dispute relating to successful patent litigation that led to a final judgment of more than $250 million against a prominent electronics company.

Confidential AAA Employment Arbitration (AAA)
Lead trial counsel for one of the world’s largest financial firms against former employee alleging retaliatory discharge.

Align v. 3Shape (D. Del.)
Counsel for Align in a patent suit brought by 3Shape for alleged infringement of three different patents related to Align’s intraoral scanners. After one of 3Shape’s patents was dismissed from the case in 2020 and a second 3Shape patent was held unpatentable in an IPR, the parties entered a global settlement in early 2022.

Pringle v. Johnson & Johnson, Ethicon, et al. (S.D. Fl.)
Counsel for Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon against plaintiff alleging personal injuries caused by pelvic mesh medical device implant. The case is currently set for trial in January 2023.

Meso Scale Diagnostics, LLC v. Roche Diagnostics Corporation
Represented Meso Scale Diagnostics in a six-day jury trial against Roche Diagnostics for infringing patents related to electrochemiluminescence (ECL) technology. After less than two hours of deliberation, the jury returned a $137.25 million verdict in favor of Meso Scale and found that Roche had willfully infringed all of the asserted patents. Coverage in Law360 available here.

Education & Honors

Northwestern University School of Law, 2017, J.D., cum laude

Captain, Bartlit Center National Trial Team

First Place, American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition (2017)

First Place, NTC Regional Trial Competition (2017)

First Place, NTC Regional Trial Competition (2016)

Semi-Finalist, American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition (2016)

Semi-Finalist, National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition (2015)

Associate Editor, Northwestern University Law Review

Loyola University Chicago, 2012, B.A. in Political Science, magna cum laude


  • Law Clerk, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, 2011
  • Law Clerk, Cook County Public Defender’s Office, 2009
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