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Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

180 Maiden Lane Floor 17
New York, NY, 10038

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

180 Maiden Ln
New York, NY, 10038-4925



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Association namePosition nameDuration
New York Intellectual Property Law AssociationMemberN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
The Practical LitigatorNew Challenges Of Proving ‘Market Power’ In Patent Tying Cases2007
Patent Strategy & ManagementDoes Bankruptcy Absolve Patent Infringement Liability?2006
The Intellectual Property StrategistNew Antitrust Considerations for Tying Schemes2006
The Intellectual Property StrategistYou’re Not Exhausted: U.S. Patent Rights are Not Exhausted by Foreign Sales2005
Intellectual Property StrategistInterpreting Patent Claims2004
Patent Strategy & ManagementChickens First or Eggs: Pre-Filing Commercialization Efforts2004
New York Law JournalSelecting the Right Forum for a Patent Dispute2004
The Intellectual Property StrategistWhether to Cancel National Trademark Registration In Favor of a CTM2003
Patent Strategy & ManagementWhen Trust is Not Enough: The Duty to Investigate Before Filing2001
International Legal StrategyBusiness Method Patents: Recent Developments in Examination, Legislation and Litigation2001
The Intellectual Property StrategistThe Case: Proof That Current Laws and Practice Are Adequate?2001
Patent Strategy & ManagementPatents’ Effect on Trade Dress Protection2001
The Intellectual Property StrategistA Look at Eli Lilly: When Must An Application disclose Unclaimed Subject Matter?2000
Patent Strategy & ManagementProzac Patents Satisfied Best Mode Where Omitted Material Was Known and Not Claimed2000
Patent Strategy & ManagementEight Pitfalls of Provisional Practice2000
The Intellectual Property StrategistTo Translate or Not to Translate, That is the Question2000
The Intellectual Property StrategistAre States Now Immune from Patent and Trademark Infringement Suits?1999
The Intellectual Property StrategistNew Risk to Intellectual Property: Can States Infringe with Impunity?1999
International Legal StrategyEnforcement of U.S. Patent Rights Through The International Trade Commission1999
The Intellectual Property StrategistUtilitarian Objects: Why the Sum is Less Than the Parts1999
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Fordham University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1987
Cornell UniversityChemical EngineeringBS - Bachelor of Science1984

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