Paige practices intellectual property litigation where she has represented clients on a wide range of issues including patent (utility and design), copyright, trademark/trade dress, and false advertising disputes. Paige also works with clients and her colleagues to develop strategies to proactively avoid litigation such as ensuring marketing and advertising campaigns comply with applicable regulations and guidelines, assessing ways to avoid infringement of design patents, and analyzing websites to avoid copyright and trade dress infringement. In all areas of her practice, Paige believes effective listening skills are crucial, and employs these skills with the goal of understanding and achieving a client’s short and long term objectives.
At Merchant & Gould, Paige sits on the Diversity Committee and participates in various recruitment initiatives. She also participates in the firm's pro bono programs and recently, in conjunction with two other M&G associates, represented a client on a pro bono basis at trial in the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin. Paige sits on the Board of the Federal Bar Association, where she serves as co-chair of the Newer Lawyers Committee and sits on the Communications Committee and Law School Outreach Committee.
Prior to joining Merchant & Gould, Paige obtained her undergraduate degrees in chemistry and environmental science. She then attended the University of Minnesota Law School where she served as a research assistant to former Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Distinguished McKnight Professor Alexandra B. Klass and as a judicial extern to the Honorable David S. Doty.
In her free time Paige enjoys playing tennis, running, reading, traveling, and following her favorite sports team—the Indiana Hoosiers.