David is a registered patent attorney and Counsel in the firm’s Tech Group. His practice is focused primarily on preparing, prosecuting and procuring patents in a variety of technological disciplines, particularly on matters relating to medical devices, electro-mechanical apparatuses, computer hardware, financial systems and business methods. He advises clients and advocates on their behalf various issues pertaining to domestic and foreign patent prosecution.
David currently manages day-to-day activities and development of one of the firm’s largest patent clients. During his career, he has played a significant role in developing patent portfolios and assists in leading a team of technically sophisticated prosecutors in delivering high caliber legal services. His practice also extends to areas outside the patent prosecution realm. He has extensive experience in evaluating validity and infringement issues, performing patentability assessments and conducting IP due diligence investigations for corporate clients involved in mergers, acquisitions and other various strategic investments.
David is also currently an adjunct professor at Rutgers School of Law - Newark.
Prior to joining Lowenstein Sandler, David was a staff attorney and a patent agent with the intellectual property group of Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP in New York, where he managed a patent prosecution docket for two of the group’s largest clients. David was also a technical advisor and patent agent trainee at Fish & Neave LLP in New York.