Stephen B. Goldman, Of Counsel, counsels large corporate and small business clients in all areas of Intellectual Property Law. His many years of representing clients before the United States Patent and Trademark Office has been a valuable asset when representing clients in patent litigation in the Federal Courts.
Mr. Goldman's practice regularly involves counseling clients in procuring patent protection both domestically and internationally, including preparing validity and non- infringement opinions as part of right-to-use investigations. His experience also includes complex patent prosecution issues involving reexaminations, reissues and appeals. He has handled diverse areas of technology including mechanical arts, chemical arts, electronic arts, and related processing fields. His past experience as in-house patent counsel to Texas Instruments' central research laboratory has provided a strong background into handling emerging technologies. In addition, Mr. Goldman has considerable experience in counseling clients in intellectual property licensing,as well as trademark protection, clearance opinions, and trademark opposition and cancellation practice.
Mr. Goldman's patent litigation practice has included patents to commercial cooking oil supply systems, digital photo printing kiosks, outdoor furniture, mechanical monitor extension arms, chemical compositions, polymer yarns, manufacturing methods, and 3-dimensional modeling systems. He has also litigated trade secret, trademark and unfair competition cases. His experiences in the Federal Courts include extensive discovery practice, depositions, expert reports, Markman briefs, motion practice and oral argument.
Mr. Goldman is an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers Law School in Newark, NJ and teaches Patent Law. He is the author of "Intellectual Property: An Overview," New Jersey Lawyer, No. 142 (September/October, 1991).