Barry P. Golob focuses his practice on complex patent litigation. He is an experienced first-chair trial attorney with extensive federal jury and bench trial experience, having tried numerous intellectual property cases to verdict.
Although Barry has represented clients at all levels of litigation in various fields of technology, including computer software, medical devices, office furniture, the Internet, insurance, manufacturing, LEDs and telecommunications, he focuses on Hatch-Waxman and consumer electronics litigation.
In addition to handling complex jury and bench trials nationwide, Barry has participated in all aspects of alternative dispute resolution, including arbitrations and mediations. In this regard, he has also developed innovative approaches and strategies to resolve significant disputes to avoid costly litigation.
Barry has led trial teams in more than 75 cases, many settling on favorable terms prior to trial. Barry has extensive experience litigating highly specialized Hatch-Waxman statutory patent infringement actions involving prescription pharmaceutical drugs, including EMEND®, COMBIGAN®, DETROL LA®, ALOXI®, NIASPAN®, SIMCOR®, INTUNIV®, LYSTEDA®, ACULAR LS®, VALCYTE®, PRISTIQ®, TRILIPIX®, and ZEMPLAR®.
A member of the American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association, Barry graduated from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and earned his law degree from Washington College of Law of the American University.
- Represented Apotex Inc. in a patent infringement action regarding Apotex’s ANDA to make a generic version of AVODART® (dutasteride). Settled prior to trial.
- Represented Signalization Ver-Mac in declaratory judgment patent infringement relating to smart work zones on highways. Settled the case on terms the client found favorable after summary judgment motions were filed.
- Represented Vonage Holdings in a jury trial of a patent infringement action relating to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Settled the case on terms the client found favorable following trial.
- Represented NuVox in patent infringement action relating to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Settled the case on terms the client found favorable following substantial discovery.
- Represented Fame Jeans Inc. in a trademark matter stemming from a TTAB action relating to mark for clothing. After heated discovery, prevailed on motion to dismiss one count from complaint. Subsequently negotiated multimillion-dollar settlement for Fame Jeans relating to mark.
- Represented Signalization Ver-Mac in declaratory judgment patent infringement action relating to solar tilt and rotate features of roadside message boards. Settled the case on terms the client found favorable after discovery.
- Lead counsel for Sandoz Inc. in a patent infringement action regarding Sandoz’s ANDA to make a generic version of Abbott’s cholesterol medication TRILIPIX® (fenofibric acid).
- Represented Apotex Inc. in a patent infringement action regarding Apotex’s ANDA to make a generic version of Sprix® (Ketorolac Tromethamine Nasal Solution).
- American University, Washington College of Law, J.D., 1991
- University of Miami, B.S., 1983
BAR ADMISSIONS : District of Columbia; Pennsylvania
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
- U.S. District Court — District of Columbia
- American Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Federal Circuit Bar Association
- Generic Pharmaceutical Association
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