Greg counsels clients on a variety of intellectual property matters focusing in a range of technical fields, including software, electromechanical devices and medical devices. In his patent practice, he has handled matters involving computer modeling (machine learning, neural networks), computer vision, autonomous vehicles, cloud computing, social networking, advertising, financial products and systems, encryption, blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies, and gaming.

Greg also advises on infringement and invalidity studies, including challenging and defending patents before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in contested proceedings such as inter partes review and post-grant review. He also has experience defending clients in patent litigation.

Additionally, Greg’s practice includes a significant focus on portfolio analysis and patent valuation studies catered to the needs of individual transactions, including leading a team of a “no stone unturned” analysis for a 9-figure deal. He has worked with brokers to prepare portfolios for sale and with buyers in performing diligence of broker work-product.

Greg regularly speaks and writes on subject matter eligibility in the post-Alice environment and is an editor and contributor to Fenwick’s BilskiBlog.

Greg’s prior experience includes practicing at one of the top IP law firms in the nation and serving as a software engineer at a small medical device company.

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Representative Clients

  • BlackRock
  • BNYMellon
  • Facebook
  • LELO
  • PeerNova
  • PerceptiMed
  • Supercell Oy
  • Synopsys
  • Toronto-Dominion Bank
  • Uber

Education & Admissions

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center

B.S., cum laude, Computer Engineering
Case Western Reserve University

Admitted to practice in California

Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


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