Paul has experience in a variety of areas of intellectual property law with a particular emphasis on patent litigation at the International Trade Commission and in the Federal Courts.
Paul has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent infringement cases involving a broad range of technologies in the software, telecommunications, automotive and construction industries.
He has frequently appeared in Section 337 disputes at the International Trade Commission representing both complainants and respondents. His clients have included Lenovo, Sony, GAF Materials Corp., and DaimlerChrysler, among others.
Paul is registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office and has argued inter partes reviews before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Paul has also prosecuted patent applications in the software, information technology and telecommunications fields for a variety of large and small companies.
He also has experience in intellectual property licensing and due diligence, and has counseled and prepared opinions for clients regarding patent infringement and validity.
Before becoming an attorney, Paul spent four years doing software development and systems integration for a variety of commercial and government entities.
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