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Marcus J. Millet

Translating Patents to Dollars

Marcus J. Millet, Of Counsel, has built patent portfolios which have been the basis of substantial and successful business ventures, and which have been successfully enforced to earn royalties of billions of dollars and supported initial public offerings.  His practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property with a particular emphasis on patent preparation, patent prosecution patent portfolio management and patent validity disputes. His practice includes diverse fields of technology including electronics, medical devices, mechanical systems and optical arts.  He is experienced in domestic and foreign patent prosecution.  He has successfully represented both patent owners and parties challenging validity of domestic and foreign patents in inter partes post-grant proceedings.   He also has experience in the intellectual property aspects of corporate mergers and acquisitions.  Mr. Millet has extensive experience in engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey.  He is also a named inventor in twelve United States patents. 

Academic Depth

Mr. Millet is a former Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law where he taught the art of patent claim drafting.  He has also contributed extensively to the literature, and has been a contributor to various intellectual property journal and trade publications.  He has also authored comments on patent office regulations which have been adopted by national intellectual property organizations.  

Translating Patents to Dollars

Marcus J. Millet is a partner in the firm.  Mr. Millet has built patent portfolios which have been the basis of substantial and successful business ventures, and which have been successfully enforced to earn royalties of billions of dollars and supported initial public offerings.  His practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property with a particular emphasis on patent preparation, patent prosecution patent portfolio management and patent validity disputes. His practice includes diverse fields of technology including electronics, medical devices, mechanical systems and optical arts.  He is experienced in domestic and foreign patent prosecution.  He has successfully represented both patent owners and parties challenging validity of domestic and foreign patents in inter partes post-grant proceedings.   He also has experience in the intellectual property aspects of corporate mergers and acquisitions.  Mr. Millet has extensive experience in engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey.  He is also a named inventor in twelve United States patents. 

Academic Depth

Mr. Millet is a former Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law where he taught the art of patent claim drafting.  He has also contributed extensively to the literature, and has been a contributor to various intellectual property journal and trade publications.  He has also authored comments on patent office regulations which have been adopted by national intellectual property organizations.  

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    Translating Patents to Dollars

    Marcus J. Millet, Of Counsel, has built patent portfolios which have been the basis of substantial and successful business ventures, and which have been successfully enforced to earn royalties of billions of dollars and supported initial public offerings.  His practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property with a particular emphasis on patent preparation, patent prosecution patent portfolio management and patent validity disputes. His practice includes diverse fields of technology including electronics, medical devices, mechanical systems and optical arts.  He is experienced in domestic and foreign patent prosecution.  He has successfully represented both patent owners and parties challenging validity of domestic and foreign patents in inter partes post-grant proceedings.   He also has experience in the intellectual property aspects of corporate mergers and acquisitions.  Mr. Millet has extensive experience in engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey.  He is also a named inventor in twelve United States patents. 

    Academic Depth

    Mr. Millet is a former Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law where he taught the art of patent claim drafting.  He has also contributed extensively to the literature, and has been a contributor to various intellectual property journal and trade publications.  He has also authored comments on patent office regulations which have been adopted by national intellectual property organizations.  

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