Micah Stolowitz has practiced law for 36 years, focused on intellectual property protection, enforcement and transactions. He represents a wide range of companies from Fortune 100 to new startups and many in between. He has testified as an expert witness in patent litigation, and also served as a Special Master, appointed to assist the district court in Lizardtech, Inc. v. Earth Resource Mapping, Inc. (CAFC 2005). Micah is a fellow of the Academy of Court Appointed Masters.
Micah works with clients on IP strategy, patent and trademark prosecution, licensing and monetization. His work includes infringement and validity studies and opinions, and design around advice. Micah has negotiated patent sales valued in millions of dollars.
A sampling of his extensive experience would include drafting and prosecuting patents directed to digital, analog and mixed signal circuits, software of all kinds, cryptographic and other systems for security and authentication, physical object “fingerprinting,” identification and authentication, internet high bandwidth and availability, wireless telecommunication, 3GPP standards, database systems, SaaS “cloud computing,” prediction systems, machine learning, character recognition, solid state and memory and disk drives, printing technologies, and medical devices.
- Lewis and Clark Law School, J.D., 1981
- University of California, Berkeley, BS EE&CS, cum laude, 1976
- United States Patent and Trademark Office (1987)
- Oregon (1981)
- Various federal courts
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