Paul Margulies concentrates his practice on intellectual property and patent litigation. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of cases, with a particular focus on matters relating to networking, imaging, microprocessors, telecommunications, semiconductors, software, and pharmaceuticals.
Paul has experience in every stage of litigation, from conducting pre-filing investigations and developing claim construction and non-infringement arguments to serving as second chair at trial. Paul has managed all aspects of fact discovery, taken depositions, prepared technical experts to testify in depositions and at trial, drafted expert reports, claim construction briefs, and dispositive motions, and prepared opening and closing statements and direct and cross examination for arbitration and trial.
In addition to his litigation experience, Paul has also performed due diligence on patent portfolios and prosecuted patents relating to both hardware and software. Paul is registered to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
In the Market
- Kaye Scholer IP Report Offers Insights on Current Patent Law Developments and Future Outcomes May 2015
- How District Courts Have Responded to the Supreme Court’s Fee Shifting Rulings February 18. 2015
- Emerging Trends: Supreme Court Continues to Narrow Patent Protection Scope June 2, 2014