975 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
Dean began his legal career in the late \'90s. Prior to joining Seyfarth, Dean was a founding partner and chair of Fanelli Haag PLLC. Fanelli Haag was a leading intellectual property boutique law firm focused on issues facing the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. Fanelli Haag joined Seyfarth in October 2016. Prior to founding Fanelli Haag, Dean was in private practice in the Washington, DC, office of an international law firm, where his work focused primarily on patent prosecution and counseling of clients in the pharmaceutical, chemical, veterinary, consumer products, and nutritional industries. Dean gained additional experience in strategic patent management and licensing, while seconded in-house with an international pharmaceutical drug-delivery company, and while at a major consumer product company. Dean has a hands-on approach to anticipating and meeting his clients\' needs. His articles have been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and he has given presentations and published articles on different topics related to intellectual property throughout the world.
535 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA
Before founding Fergus, A Law Office, at the end of 2001, I practiced for 22 years as a trial lawyer in one of the top 30 national law firms, Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, LLP. I was one of that firm's senior trial partners and managed their largest litigation group while maintaining an active trial practice in bet-the-company cases. Because I am a sole practitioner, all my clients get the benefit of my 40 years of experience, my attention to their problem and prompt responsive communications. Since opening my San Francisco office, I have represented plaintiffs and defendants at trial or in settlements that resolved complex litigation including intellectual property matters. Education: Stanford AB 1976 with honors; University of Wisconsin JD cum laude 1979; New York University School of Law LL.M. cum laude 1981.
77 W Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL 60601, USA
Herbert H. Finn concentrates his practice on all aspects of patent, trademark and copyright law, both within the United States and internationally, with a particular emphasis on patent litigation before the District Courts of the United States, the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Federal Circuit and the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). He has litigated and tried cases in technology areas that include medical products (including eye glasses and x-ray equipment), mobile communications devices, computer hardware and software, digital camera technology, Internet/networking technology, LCD technology, anti-theft prevention equipment, mass transportation seating, novelty gaming and shipping and product packaging. In addition to his vast trial experience, Herb has experience in obtaining and defending his clients' various intellectual property rights and in the negotiating of all types of agreements related to intellectual property including acquisitions, licenses, non-competes and non-disclosures.
950 Irving Ave, # 310-320, Syracuse, NY 13210
Dr. Shubha Ghosh earned his J.D. from Stanford University, with distinction, and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan. He earned his B.A., cum laude, from Amherst College. Prior to joining Syracuse University College of Law, Ghosh taught at the University of Wisconsin Law School as a chaired, tenured professor and co-director of the Innovation cluster, consisting of faculty in the law and business schools. Ghosh joined the Syracuse University College of Law in January, 2016, as Crandall Melvin Professor of Law and Director of the Technology Commercialization Curricular Program, a unique program which trains students in intellectual property, business law, and the legal foundations for the commercialization of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other legal property governing technology and innovation. The Program consists of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute (SIPLI), which Professor Ghosh manages, and the Innovation Law Center, which offers clinical experience for students in the Program. Ghosh also works through the state-funded New York State Science and Technology Law Center (NYSSTLC), an entity that guides entrepreneurs, start-ups, universities, and research centers in New York State and beyond. In this capacity, Ghosh frequently works with administrators in Albany who focus on economic development and innovation policy in the State. Most recently, he has advised on the risks to 501(c) entities that collaborate with private enterprise and on intellectual property and technology licensing policies for state research entities. His extensive research focuses on the development and commercialization of intellectual property and technology as a means of promoting economic and social development. He has published extensively on pharmaceutical, design, copyright protection of standards, competition policy, and other intellectual property issues; antitrust law; legal construction of the marketplace; technology transfer; and the role of intellectual property law and policy in shaping these diverse areas. His most recent book, Exhausting Intellectual Property Rights (Cambridge, 2018) was the subject of a panel discussion at the World Trade Organization in Geneva and the AALS Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
3470 East Russell Road, Second Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89120
Mr. Gibson Is one of the leading corporate and intellectual property lawyers in Las Vegas. Mr. Gibson is not only one of Nevada's most experienced lawyers in the fields of intellectual property and business, Mr. Gibson 's practice in Tokyo with one of the nation's largest law firms as well as in Chicago with a major international law firm based in Chicago provides a level of experience