Robert is one of a very small number of intellectual property attorneys working at a European IP firm who has a law degree from the United States and is qualified to practice before both the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the European Patent Office. Prior to moving to Europe nearly 8 years ago, he worked in New York as an intellectual property attorney for 14 years, including over 10 years in the IP group of an AmLaw 100 law firm.
His responsibility at Berggren primarily involves international business development activities. In such capacity Robert often writes and speaks on a variety of intellectual property-related topics, particularly concerning comparative IP law issues. In his professional capacity, Robert has a great deal of experience in patent prosecution, litigation, licensing, opinion letter-writing, and IP due diligence matters.
In addition, Robert is actively involved in supporting Berggren´s Brokerage team, in particular with respect to deals with entities in Asia and the United States.
International business development, Client management, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Life sciences, Medical devices.
#IP licensing #Infringement analysis #Technology sales and licensing #IP strategy #IP portfolio analysis and management #Freedom to operate analysis (FTO) #IP Due Diligence #International Client Relations